PNNL scientist Pete McGrail is part of a team studying basalts to determine if carbon dioxide can be safely and permanently stored in these massive, deep underground rock formations. In this photo, he examines a basalt core sample.
PNNL scientist Pete McGrail is part of a team studying basalts to determine if carbon dioxide can be safely and permanently stored in these massive, deep underground rock formations. In this photo, he examines a basalt core sample. Tom Balla Courtesy PNNL
PNNL scientist Pete McGrail is part of a team studying basalts to determine if carbon dioxide can be safely and permanently stored in these massive, deep underground rock formations. In this photo, he examines a basalt core sample. Tom Balla Courtesy PNNL

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