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Options for marine carbon dioxide removal

Sep 11, 2023
CDRmare Overview

A new brochure published by the research consortium CDRmare provides a compact background on marine CO2 capture and storage processes. Scientists explain how they work and how they research and test new research and test new processes. The brochure serves as a basis for climate policy debates and decisions.

CDRmare is funded by the German Alliance for Marine Research (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung – DAM).

MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences at the University of Bremen is involved in CDRmare with the project Aims³. AIMS3 will provide new knowledge, monitoring tools and best practice guidelines for CO2 storage at oceanic Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) sites.