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Donald F. Boesch: March 2010
President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Donald F. Boesch: March 2010

Donald F. Boesch, an oceanographer, is president of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and Vice Chancellor for Environmental Sustainability for the University System of Maryland.

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A potential gap closer

The capture of carbon from CO2 emission streams and its permanent sequestration within geological formations has the potential to be an important gap closer in achieving the steep reductions in atmospheric emissions needed by the middle of this century in order to avoid dangerous climate change.

By Donald F. Boesch | March 26, 2010; 12:49 PM ET | Comments (5)

Fix the brakes first

As concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases continue to increase and warm the Earth there are numerous feedbacks that occur that can either moderate or accelerate the amount of warming.

By Donald F. Boesch | March 10, 2010; 07:07 AM ET | Comments (1)

 
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