Hydrogeochemical impacts of CO2 leakage on fresh groudwater : the CIPRES project

Abstract : The project CIPRES aims to increase our knowledge of the mechanisms involved when CO2 intrudes into freshwater aquifers and, therefore, to study the impact of potential CO2 leakage into groundwater quality. A second objective of the project is to develop a reliable methodology for monitoring the groundwater in the aquifers above the future storage sites. The work will focus on two major aquifers in the Paris Basin: the shallow but highly solicited chalk aquifer and the deep sand aquifer of the Albian. CIPRES project is co-funded by the French Research Agency (ANR). The CIPRES Team is a consortium between BRGM, INERIS, IPGP, ISTO and two companies (VERI and HYDROINVEST).
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Julie Lions, Philippe Gombert, Yacine Darmoul, Solenne Grellier, Patrice Squarcioni, et al.. Hydrogeochemical impacts of CO2 leakage on fresh groudwater : the CIPRES project. 4. Colloque Hispano-Français sur le stockage géologique du CO2, May 2014, Burgos, Spain. ⟨ineris-01855510⟩

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