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Work commences on carbon sequestration project


Jun 26, 2017
Author: Goyder Institute

 

The Goyder Institute for Water Research is pleased to announce the commencement of a new project:

Salt to C: carbon sequestration through ecological restoration at the Dry Creek Salt Field

Project leader: Professor Sabine Dittmann, Flinders University

Lead research institutions: Flinders University, University of Adelaide, UniSA, DEWNR

This project will scientifically assess whether the restoration of the Dry Creek salt fields will be a pathway towards assisting carbon neutrality for the South Australian Government. The main outcome of this interdisciplinary research project will be a feasibility assessment of Blue Carbon and co-benefits derived from salt field restoration, with a market ready pathway to carbon accounting and registration that is relevant for achieving South Australia’s climate ready policy. 

Please visit the project's webpage to learn more about the research taking place.