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Geological sequestration of CO2 in brine-saturated formations has been proposed as a possible method to reduce emissions of this greenhouse gas to the atmosphere. To optimize the effectiveness of this method, the largest possible volume of CO2 should be sequestered over geological time. Sequestration over geological time can be thought of as permanent for the purposes of relieving climate-changing increases in atmospheric CO2 concentration. The least risky way to achieve permanent sequestration is to store the CO2 as a residual phase within a brine aquifer. Geological conditions that impact the volume of CO2 stored...

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