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Team awarded $1M DOE grant to identify rock resources for permanent CO2 sequestration in Arizona

Scientists at the Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS), University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University (NAU), and Arizona State University (ASU) have been awarded ~$1 million from the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to characterize rock resources for permanent CO2 sequestration and build a model that will advance the commercialization of CO2 sequestration at the community scale in Arizona.

AZGS releases digital drill core data from the Courtland-Gleeson area, Turquoise mining district, southeastern Arizona
Courtland-Gleeson area with 113 drill holes representing 25,935 m (85,087 feet or 16.1 miles) including lithology, mineralization, alteration, structure, and assay data.
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