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Biogeochemical Processes and Geotechnical Applications: Progress, Opportunities, and Challenges
JT DeJong, KS Soga, E Kavazanjian, S Burns, L van Paassen, ...
8912013
Enhanced chemical weathering as a sink for carbon dioxide, a nutrient source and a strategy to mitigate ocean acidification
J Hartmann, J West, P Renforth, P Köhler, CL de La Rocha, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 51, 2012RG000404, 2013
433*2013
Potential for large-scale CO2 removal via enhanced rock weathering with croplands
DJ Beerling, EP Kantzas, MR Lomas, P Wade, RM Eufrasio, P Renforth, ...
Nature 583 (7815), 242-248, 2020
3702020
Assessing ocean alkalinity for carbon sequestration
P Renforth, G Henderson
Reviews of Geophysics 55 (3), 636-674, 2017
2892017
Impacts of land-based greenhouse gas removal options on ecosystem services and the United Nations sustainable development goals
P Smith, J Adams, DJ Beerling, T Beringer, KV Calvin, S Fuss, B Griscom, ...
Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour 44, 255-286, 2019
245*2019
The negative emission potential of alkaline materials
P Renforth
Nature communications 10 (1), 1401, 2019
2052019
The potential of enhanced weathering in the UK
P Renforth
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 10, 229-243, 2012
2012012
Silicate production and availability for mineral carbonation
P Renforth, CL Washbourne, J Taylder, DAC Manning
Environmental science & technology, 2011
2012011
Carbonate precipitation in artificial soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide
P Renforth, DAC Manning, E Lopez-Capel
Applied Geochemistry 24 (9), 1757-1764, 2009
1802009
CO2 removal with enhanced weathering and ocean alkalinity enhancement: potential risks and co-benefits for marine pelagic ecosystems
LT Bach, SJ Gill, REM Rickaby, S Gore, P Renforth
Frontiers in Climate 1, 7, 2019
1542019
Carbon dioxide efficiency of terrestrial enhanced weathering
N Moosdorf, P Renforth, J Hartmann
Environmental science & technology 48 (9), 4809-4816, 2014
1542014
Olivine Dissolution in Seawater: Implications for CO2 Sequestration through Enhanced Weathering in Coastal Environments
F Montserrat, P Renforth, J Hartmann, M Leermakers, P Knops, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (7), 3960-3972, 2017
1402017
Behavior of aluminum, arsenic, and vanadium during the neutralization of red mud leachate by HCl, gypsum, or seawater
IT Burke, CL Peacock, CL Lockwood, DI Stewart, RJG Mortimer, MB Ward, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (12), 6527-6535, 2013
1382013
Engineered carbon mineralization in ultramafic rocks for CO2 removal from air: Review and new insights
PB Kelemen, N McQueen, J Wilcox, P Renforth, G Dipple, AP Vankeuren
Chemical Geology 550, 119628, 2020
1282020
Contaminant mobility and carbon sequestration downstream of the Ajka (Hungary) red mud spill: The effects of gypsum dosing
P Renforth, WM Mayes, AP Jarvis, IT Burke, DAC Manning, K Gruiz
Science of The Total Environment, 2012
1282012
Investigating carbonate formation in urban soils as a method for capture and storage of atmospheric carbon
CL Washbourne, P Renforth, DAC Manning
Science of The Total Environment 431, 166-175, 2012
1272012
The dissolution of olivine added to soil: Implications for enhanced weathering
P Renforth, PAEP von Strandmann, GM Henderson
Applied Geochemistry, 2015
1212015
Ambient weathering of magnesium oxide for CO2 removal from air
N McQueen, P Kelemen, G Dipple, P Renforth, J Wilcox
Nature Communications 11 (1), 3299, 2020
1172020
Rapid Removal of Atmospheric CO2 by Urban Soils
CL Washbourne, E Lopez-Capel, P Renforth, PL Ascough, DAC Manning
Environmental science & technology 49 (9), 5434-5440, 2015
1102015
Engineering challenges of ocean liming
P Renforth, BG Jenkins, T Kruger
Energy 60, 442-452, 2013
1092013
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