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  1. Algae Fix for Global Warming (Science Daily)
      "Engineers have designed a simple, sustainable and natural carbon sequestration solution using algae. A team at Ohio University created a photo bioreactor that uses photosynthesis to grow algae, passing carbon dioxide over large membranes, placed vertically to save space. The carbon dioxide produced by the algae is harvested by dissolving into the surrounding water. The algae can be harvested and made into biodiesel fuel and feed for animals. " 09-08

  2. Algae for Carbon Sequestration (MailonSunday.co.uk)
      "The iron feeds algae, which blooms and sucks up damaging carbon dioxide (CO2), then sinks, locking away the harmful greenhouse gas for hundreds of years."

      "As a result of the findings, a ground-breaking experiment will be held this month off the British island of South Georgia, 800 miles south east of the Falklands. It will see if the phenomenon could be harnessed to contain rising carbon emissions." 01-09

  3. Algae for Natural Carbon Sequestration (ScienceDaily.com)
      "Engineers have designed a simple, sustainable and natural carbon sequestration solution using algae."

      "Bayless, with a team at Ohio University, created a photo bioreactor that uses photosynthesis to grow algae just like a plant would take carbon dioxide up and, through the energy of the sun, convert that into oxygen."

      "But what makes it cost effective? The algae can be harvested and made into biodiesel fuel and feed for animals." 06-08

  4. Algae for Natural Carbon Sequestration (ScienceDaily.com)
      "Engineers have designed a simple, sustainable and natural carbon sequestration solution using algae."

      "Bayless, with a team at Ohio University, created a photo bioreactor that uses photosynthesis to grow algae just like a plant would take carbon dioxide up and, through the energy of the sun, convert that into oxygen."

      "But what makes it cost effective? The algae can be harvested and made into biodiesel fuel and feed for animals." 06-08

  5. Phosphorous Fosters Algae Growth (Canada.com)
      " 'Phosphorous really is the key to eutrophication,' says Schindler, whose study is highlighted prominently in the U.S. based Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week." 07-08


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