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Geochemical modeling of nearsurface, CO2 interactions: the critical element in cost-effective long-term monitoring Paper 2008 7 Yes More Information
The importance of considering rock-water interaction when studying potential impacts of geological CO2 sequestration on drinking water resources Paper 2008 4 Yes More Information
Executive summary: Recent results of the SACROC groundwater geochemistry summary Paper 2008 5 Yes More Information
Modeling shallow groundwater geochemistry and carbon isotopes: Test of methodology for CO2 storage evaluation at an EOR site, West Texas, USA Poster 2009 1 Yes More Information
Role of dedolomitization in the detection of anthropogenic CO2 in freshwater aquifers Paper 2010 0 Yes More Information
Evaluation of CO2, He, C1-C5 gaseous hydrocarbons at an engineered CO2 injection, Cranfield, Mississippi Poster 2010 1 Yes More Information
Detection of anthropogenic CO2 in dilute groundwater: field observations and geochemical modeling of the Dockum aquifer at the SACROC oilfield, West Texas, USA Slides 2010 14 Yes More Information
Geochemical characterization of shallow groundwater at the Cranfield aquifer and numerical simulation: Can pH and carbonate parameters be used to detect potential CO2 leakage at geological CO2 sequestration sites? Slides 2010 21 Yes More Information
Sensitivity of groundwater systems to CO2: Application of a site-specific analysis of carbonate monitoring parameters at the SACROC CO2-enhanced oil field Paper 2012 10 Yes More Information
CO2 capture and storage (CCS) selected papers: Technical annotated bibliography Other 2008 5 Yes More Information
Groundwater degradation from carbon dioxide at geological carbon sequestration sites Link 2013 127 Yes More Information
Identifying origins of and pathways for spring waters in a semiarid basin using He, Sr, and C isotopes: Cuatrociénegas Basin, Mexico Link 2013 13 Yes More Information
Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 site characterization mega transect DE-FE0001941_Part 2 Slides 2013 35 Yes More Information
Potential impacts of CO2 leakage on groundwater chemistry from laboratory batch experiments and field push-pull tests Link 2013 8 Yes More Information
Low temperature-pressure batch experiments and field push-pull tests: Assessing potential effects of an unintended CO2 release from CCUS projects on groundwater chemistry Abstract 2012 1 Yes More Information
Experimental analysis and modeling of per fluorocarbon transport in the vadose zone: Implications for monitoring CO2 leakage at CCS sites Other 2013 119 Yes More Information
Using analytical and numerical modeling to assess deep groundwater monitoring parameters at carbon capture, utilization, and storage sites Other 2013 160 Yes More Information
Sensitivity of shallow groundwater systems to CO2: Lessons from the NETL SWP study at the SACROC oilfield Poster 2011 1 Yes More Information
Soil-gas identification of vadose-zone carbon cycling: Implications for near-surface modeling at CCS sites Abstract 2011 2 Yes More Information
Method for distinguishing signal from noise in the near-surface using simple soil-gas measurements: Lessons from natural and industrial analogues Poster 2011 1 Yes More Information
Alleged leakage of CO2 from the Weyburn-Midale CO2 monitoring and storage project: Preliminary findings from implementation of the IPAC-CO2 incident response protocol Abstract 2011 1 Yes More Information
The Kerr investigation final report: Findings of the investigation into the impact of CO2 on the Kerr property Paper 2011 245 Yes More Information
Field test of in-situ sensor technology for process-based soil gas monitoring Abstract 2014 2 Yes More Information
Natural heterogeneity and evolving geochemistry of Lower Tuscaloosa Formation in response to continuing CO2 injection at Cranfield EOR site, Mississippi, USA Abstract 2012 1 Yes More Information

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