The ‘Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry’ series will be familiar to most researchers and many of us have a copy of a relevant volume, with key papers containing compilations of previous literature. This volume follows the usual format, with papers covering a wide range of topics concerning the geochemistry of the engineered storage of CO2, as a part of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Topics include natural analogues; atomic- to pore-scale processes; and well- to field-scale processes including monitoring and seal integrity. As such, coverage is broad and comprehensive and some of the authors are well known in...

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