Academic Publications

2009
James Rhodes and David Keith. 2009. “Biomass co-utilization with unconventional fossil fuels to advance energy security and climate policy.” National Comission on Energy Policy. Publisher's Version
Jason Blackstock, David Battisti, Ken Caldeira, Douglas Eardley, Jonathan Katz, David Keith, Aristides Patrinos, Daniel Schrag, Robert Socolow, and Steven Koonin. 2009. “Climate Engineering Responses to Climate Emergencies.” Novim. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2009. “Dangerous Abundance.” Dangerous Abundance. Publisher's Version
Seyyed Ghaderi, David Keith, and Yuri Lenonenko. 2009. “Feasibility of Injecting Large Volumes of CO2 into Aquifers.” Energy Procedia, 1, Pp. 3113-3120. Publisher's Version
John Shepherd, Ken Caldeira, Joanna Haigh, David Keith, Brian Launder, Georgina Mace, Gordon MacKerron, John Pyle, Steve Rayner, Catherine Redgwell, Peter Cox, and Andrew Watson. 2009. “Geoengineering the climate - Science, governance and uncertainty.” The Royal Society. Publisher's Version
M. Mahmoudkhani, K.R. Heidel, J.C. Ferreira, David Keith, and R.S Cherry. 2009. “Low energy packed tower and caustic recovery for direct capture of CO2 from air.” Energy Procedia, 1, Pp. 1535-1542. Publisher's Version
Maryam Mahmoudkhani and David Keith. 2009. “Low-energy sodium hydroxide recovery for CO2 capture from air.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 3, Pp. 376-384. Publisher's Version
Eduard Cubi Montanya, David Keith, and Jim Love. 2009. “Performance challenges of UFAD.” American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 51, Pp. 30-40. Publisher's Version
Sarah Jordaan, David Keith, and Brad Stelfox. 2009. “Quantifying land use of oil sands production: a life cycle perspective.” Environmental Research Letters, 4. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2009. “Why Capture CO2 From The Atmosphere.” Science, 325, Pp. 1654-1655. Publisher's Version
2008
Jennie Stephens and David Keith. 2008. “Assessing Geochemical Carbon Management.” Climatic Change, 90, Pp. 217-242. Publisher's Version
James Rhodes and David Keith. 2008. “Biomass with Capture: Negative Emissions Within social and Environmental Constraints.” Climatic Change, 87, Pp. 321-328. Publisher's Version
Joshuah Stolaroff, David Keith, and Gregory Lowry. 2008. “Carbon dioxide capture from atmospheric air using sodium hydroxide spray.” Environmental Science & Technology, 42, Pp. 2728-2735. Publisher's Version
Frank Zeman and David Keith. 2008. “Carbon Neutral Hydrocarbons.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 366, Pp. 3901-3918. Publisher's Version
Cheryl Slusarchuk, Shawn Atleo, Donna Barnett, Jeff Burghardt, Lyn Brown, Randy McLeod, Joe Van Belleghem, Teresa Coady, Ian Tostenon, Andrew Weaver, John Robinson, Naomi Devine, Peter Robinson, David Keith, John Walker, and Mossadiq Umedaly. 2008. “Climate Action Plan.” British Columbia. Publisher's Version
Daniel Kirk-Davidoff and David Keith. 2008. “On the climate impact of surface roughness.” Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 65, Pp. 2215-2234. Publisher's Version
Hassan Hassanzadeh, Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, and David Keith. 2008. “The Effect of Natural Flow of Aquifers and Associated Dispersion on the Onset of Buoyancy-driven Convection in a Saturated Porous Medium.” American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal, 55, 2, Pp. 475-485. Publisher's Version
Aimee Curtright, M. Granger Morgan, and David Keith. 2008. “Expert Assessments of Future Photovoltaic Technologies.” Environmental Science & Technology, 42, 24, Pp. 9031-9038. Publisher's Version
M. Granger Morgan and David Keith. 2008. “Improving the way we think about projecting future energy use and emissions of carbon dioxide.” Climatic Change, 90, Pp. 189-215. Publisher's Version
Elizabeth Wilson, M. Granger Morgan, Jay Apt, Mark Bonner, Christopher Bunting, M. A. D. Figueiredo, Jenny Gode, Carlo Jaeger, David Keith, Sean McCoy, R. Stuart Haszeldine, Melisa Pollak, David Reiner, Edward Rubin, Asbjorn Torvanger, Christina Ulardic, Shalini Vajjhala, David Victor, and Iain Wright. 2008. “Regulating the Geological Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide.” Environmental Science & Technology, 42, Pp. 2718–2722. Publisher's Version

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