Robert Duff

Robert Duff

Jul 17, 2023

Group 6 Copy 382
    Please wait...

    About This Project

    This study examines the effectiveness of Biorock, a biomimicry solution typically used for the physical protection of coastal infrastructure from wave action, as a carbon sequestration method. Biorock is a mineral deposition product with a lower carbon footprint than, and equivalent in strength to, traditional concrete or quarried rock solutions. This study may find that as well as reducing the carbon impact of cement production in coastal protection, it can act as a CO2 sink for coastal waters.

    Blast off!

    Browse Other Projects on Experiment

    Related Projects

    Testing Water Quality and Its Correlation with Disease Diagnoses in Weakley County, TN

    In Weakley County folklore, cancer and disease rates within certain communities are said to be high due...

    Xenomorphs of the Arachnida: Whip scorpions and their acid defense.

    Whip scorpions (vinegaroons) such as the North American species Mastigoproctus giganteus - an unusual arachnid...

    The Cookie Monster: How does the type of sugar affect different cookies?

    Sugar has an impact on baked goods that goes far beyond sweetness, influencing texture and spread as well...

    Backer Badge Funded

    A chemistry project funded by 4 people