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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers are trying to find the best geological formations for safely storing carbon dioxide. Researchers will be injecting 3,000 tons of carbon dioxide 3,000 feet down into Columbia River basalt formations in Washington state to determine if the basalt can permanently store carbon dioxide.

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Document Title: Carbon Dioxide Storage
Category: Atmospheric Sciences, Energy Production and Conservation, Environmental Remediation
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: Summer 2005
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