Bibliography guide


Part of the carbon mineralisation for CO2 reduction includes the different processes related to the coast and the ocean.
Part of the carbon mineralisation for CO2 reduction includes the different processes related to land, espacially in agricultural.
CDR Technologies
CDR refers to the process of removing CO2 from the atmosphere. For instance, "enhanced weathering" is a process used for carbon removal technology (CDR)
Study of the global reaction
In order to understand how things works, global reaction are studied like carbon cycle.
Valorisation of carbon
CO2 recovery allows the reuse of this gas by dissociating it
Carbon mineralisation
Carbon mineralisation is a chemical way of storing CO2 in a mineral form that may or may not react with the atmosphere.
Greenhouse gas emission
"Gases of natural origin (water vapour) or anthropogenic (linked to human activities) absorbing and release again part of the solar rays (infrared radiation), phenomena at the origin of the greenhouse effect.The main gases responsible for the greenhouse effect, linked to human activities, are carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and the fluorinated gases (HFC, PFC, SF6 and NF3).
NETs - Negative emission technologies
Net zero emissions means that all greenhouse gas emissions produced by human activity must be removed from the atmosphere through technologies or practicies
Olivine is a very interesting silicate mineral with enhanced weathering that can be transformed into carbonate and sequester CO2. Olivine is use for the practice of carbon mineralisation on land and ocean.
Governance is a key issue for climate change. International cooperation enables research and action through laws and agreements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Geochemical aspects addressed by applying the tools and concepts of chemistry to the study of the Earth.
The branch of science that deals with the physical and biological properties and phenomena of the sea.
Mineralogy aspects addressed to the scientific study of minerals
Societal acceptability
Social acceptability is the result of a collective judgment or opinion about a project, plan or policy.
Political Science
The scientific study of politics. It is a social science dealing with systems of governance and power, and the analysis of political activities, political thought, political behavior, and associated constitutions and law addressed to sciences
Data Science
The use of data regarding sciences
The branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption, and transfer of wealth
The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings
Physical aspects addressed by studying the physical properties and phenomena of something.
Chemical aspects addressed relating to chemistry, or the interactions of substances as studied in chemistry
Materials Science
The use of equipment for experiments or innovations in the field of engineering.
Biological aspects addressed relating to biology or living organisms
Any aspect of carbon mineralisation in agricultural, land and related research
Earth Science
Any sciences related to the branch of science dealing with the physical constitution of the earth and its atmosphere. It can study many fields as environement, geology, geophysics, geochemistry etc.