Lannoy, Charles-Francois de; et al. (2017): Indirect ocean capture of atmospheric CO2. Part I. Prototype of a negative emissions technology
Lannoy, Charles-Francois de; Eisaman, Matthew D.; Jose, Arun; Karnitz, Stephen D.; DeVaul, Richard W.; Hannun, Kathy; Rivest, Jessy L.B. (2017): Indirect ocean capture of atmospheric CO 2. Part I. Prototype of a negative emissions technology. In International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2017.10.007.
"We present the design, construction, characterization, and analysis of a prototype process for a novel electrochemical platform of candidate negative emissions technologies (NETs), termed indirect ocean capture. The IOC technologies remove carbon dioxide gas from the atmosphere by leveraging both air-ocean gas exchange and the pH sensitivity of the ocean’s carbonate buffer system. The system characterized in this paper enables two configurations that capture CO2 either as a pure gas or as a solid mineral."