Academic Publications

2005
Juan Carlos Abanades, Makoto Akai, Sally Benson, Ken Caldeira, Peter Cook, Ogunlade Davidson, Richard Doctor, James Dooley, Paul Freund, John Gale, Wolfgang Heidug, Howard Herzog, David Keith, Marco Mazzotti, Bert Metz, Balgis Osman-Elasha, Andrew Palmer, Riitta Pipatti, Koen Smekens, Mohammed Soltanieh, Kelly Thambimuthu, and Bob van der Zwaan. 2005. “IPCC Special Report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage.” Cambridge University Press. Publisher's Version
H. Hassanzadeh, M. Pooladi-Darvish, and David Keith. 2005. “Modeling of Convective Mixing in CO2 Storage.” Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 44, 10, Pp. 42-52. Publisher's Version
E. S. Rubin, David Keith, and C. F. Gilboy. 2005. “Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies.” Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies. Volume 1: Peer-Reviewed Papers and Plenary Presentations.
David Keith, Julie Giardina, M. Granger Morgan, and Elizabeth Wilson. 2005. “Regulating the Underground Injection of Carbon Dioxide.” Environmental Science and Technology, 39, Pp. 499A-505A. Publisher's Version
Joshuah Stolaroff, Gregory Lowry, and David Keith. 2005. “Using CaO- and MgO-rich Industrial Waste Streams for Carbon Sequestration.” Energy Conversion and Management, 46, Pp. 687-699. Publisher's Version
2004
Timothy Johnson and David Keith. 2004. “Fossil Electricity and CO2 Sequestration: How Natural Gas Prices, Initial Conditions and Retrofits Determine the Cost of Controlling CO2 Emissions.” Energy Policy, 32, Pp. 367-382. Publisher's Version
David Keith, Joseph DeCarolis, David Denkenberger, Donald Lenschow, Sergey Malyshev, Stephen Pacala, and Philip Rasch. 2004. “The influence of large-scale wind-power on global climate.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101, 46, Pp. 16115-16120. Publisher's Version
Claire Palmgren, M. Granger Morgan, Wandi Bruine de Bruin, and David Keith. 2004. “Initial Public Perceptions of Deep Geological and Oceanic Disposal of Carbon Dioxide.” Environmental Science and Technology, 38, Pp. 6441-6450. Publisher's Version
2003
A. L. Robinson, J. S. Rhodes, and David Keith. 2003. “Assessment of Potential Carbon Dioxide Reductions due to Biomass-Coal Cofiring in the United States.” Environmental Science and Technology, 37, 22, Pp. 5081-5089. Publisher's Version
Minh Ha-Duong and David Keith. 2003. “Carbon storage: the economic efficiency of storing CO2 in leaky reservoirs.” Clean Technology and Environmental Policy, 5, Pp. 181-189. Publisher's Version
Elizabeth Wilson, Timothy Johnson, and David Keith. 2003. “Regulating the Ultimate Sink: Managing the risks of geologic CO2 sequestration.” Environmental Science and Technology, 37, Pp. 3476-3483. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Alexander Farrell. 2003. “Rethinking Hydrogen Cars.” Science, 301, Pp. 315-316. Publisher's Version
Alexander Farrell, David Keith, and James Corbett. 2003. “A strategy for introducing hydrogen into transportation.” Energy Policy, 31, Pp. 1357-1367. Publisher's Version
2002
David Keith and James Rhodes. 2002. “Bury, burn or both: A two-for-one deal on biomass carbon and energy.” Climatic Change, 54, Pp. 375-377. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Malcolm Wilson. 2002. “Developing Recommendations for the Management of Geologic Storage of CO2 in Canada.” University of Regina. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2002. “Geoengineering.” A. S. Goudie Encyclopedia of Global Change, New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2002. “Geoengineering - die technologische Gestaltung des Planeten Erde.” Erde. W. Hauser Klima. Das Experiment mit dem Planeten Erde. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2002. “Geoengineering the Climate: History and Prospect.” R. G. Watts Innovative Energy Strategies for CO2 Stabilization and Cambridge and UK: Cambridge University Press.
David Keith. 2002. “Towards a Strategy for Implementing CO2 Capture and Storage in Canada.” Prepared by David Keith, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for the Oil, Gas and Energy Branch, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. Publisher's Version

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