Carbon sequestration is the removal, separation and subsequent storage of excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. It can also refer to the prevention of carbon dioxide emissions into the air, generally from terrestrial sources. Some examples of sequestration methods include natural ones such as forest and agricultural lands, with emphasis on storing carbon in soils, and technologies such as capture systems, with storage occurring in geologic formations like oil reservoirs and underground saline formations.
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