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Gore, Sarah, Renforth, Phil and Perkins, Rupert 2018. The potential environmental response to increasing ocean alkalinity for negative emissions. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 10.1007/s11027-018-9830-z
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Mayes, W.M., Riley, A.L., Gomes, H.I., Brabham, Peter, Hamlyn, Joanna, Pullin, Huw and Renforth, Philip 2018. Atmospheric CO2 sequestration in iron and steel slag: Consett, Co. Durham, UK. Environmental Science and Technology 52 (14) , pp. 7892-7900. 10.1021/acs.est.8b01883
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Renforth, Philip and Henderson, Gideon 2017. Assessing ocean alkalinity for carbon sequestration. Reviews of Geophysics 55 (3) , pp. 636-674. 10.1002/2016RG000533
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Montserrat, F., Renforth, Philip, Hartmann, J, Leermakers, M, Knops, P and Meysman, F 2017. Olivine dissolution in seawater: implications for CO2 sequestration through Enhanced Weathering in coastal environments. Environmental Science & Technology 51 (7) , pp. 3960-3972. 10.1021/acs.est.6b05942
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Hermoso, M, Minoletti, F, Aloisi, G, Bonifacie, M, McClelland, H.L.O, Labourdette, N, Renforth, Philip, Chaduteau, C and Rickaby, R.E.M. 2016. An explanation for the 18O excess in Noelaerhabdaceae coccolith calcite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 189 , pp. 132-142. 10.1016/j.gca.2016.06.016
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Renforth, Philip, Pogge von Strandmann, P. A. E and Henderson, G. M. 2015. The dissolution of olivine added to soil: implications for enhanced weathering. Applied Geochemistry 61 , pp. 109-118. 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2015.05.016
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Washbourne, Carla-Leanne, Lopez-Capel, Elisa, Renforth, Philip, Ascough, Philippa L. and Manning, David A. C 2015. Rapid removal of atmospheric CO2 by urban soils. Environmental Science and Technology 49 (9) , pp. 5434-5440. 10.1021/es505476d
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Moosdorf, Nils, Renforth, Philip and Hartmann, Jens 2014. Carbon dioxide efficiency of terrestrial enhanced weathering. Environmental Science & Technology 48 (9) , pp. 4809-4816. 10.1021/es4052022
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Renforth, Philip 2014. Editorial. Proceedings of the ICE - Civil Engineering 167 (1) , p. 2. 10.1680/cien.2013.167.1.2

Renforth, Philip, Jenkins, B. G. and Kruger, T. 2013. Engineering challenges of ocean liming. Energy 60 , pp. 442-452. 10.1016/j.energy.2013.08.006
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Manning, David A. C. and Renforth, Philip 2013. Passive sequestration of atmospheric CO2 through coupled plant-mineral reactions in urban soils. Environmental Science & Technology 47 (1) , pp. 135-141. 10.1021/es301250j

Burke, Ian T., Peacock, Caroline L., Lockwood, Cindy L., Stewart, Douglas I., Mortimer, Robert J. G., Ward, Michael B., Renforth, Philip, Gruiz, Katalin and Mayes, William M. 2013. Behavior of aluminum, arsenic, and vanadium during the neutralization of red mud leachate by HCl, gypsum, or seawater. Environmental Science & Technology 47 (12) , pp. 6527-6535. 10.1021/es4010834

Dejong, J. T., Burbank, M., Kavazanjian, E., Weaver, T., Montoya, B. M., Hamdan, N., Bang, S. S., Esnault-Filet, A., Tsesarsky, M., Aydilek, A., Ciurli, S., Tanyu, B., Manning, D. A. C., Larrahondo, J., Soga, K., Chu, J., Cheng, X., Kuo, M., Al Qabany, A., Seagren, E. A., Van Paassen, L. A., Renforth, Philip, Laloui, L., Nelson, D. C., Hata, T., Burns, S., Chen, C. Y., Caslake, L. F., Fauriel, S., Jefferis, S., Santamarina, J. C., Inagaki, Y., Martinez, B. and Palomino, A. 2013. Biogeochemical processes and geotechnical applications: progress, opportunities and challenges. Geotechnique -London- 63 (4) , pp. 287-301. 10.1680/geot.SIP13.P.017

Hartmann, Jens, West, A. Joshua, Renforth, Philip, Köhler, Peter, De La Rocha, Christina L., Wolf-Gladrow, Dieter A., Dürr, Hans H. and Scheffran, Jürgen 2013. Enhanced chemical weathering as a geoengineering strategy to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, supply nutrients, and mitigate ocean acidification. Reviews of Geophysics 51 (2) , pp. 113-149. 10.1002/rog.20004

Manning, D.A.C., Renforth, Philip, Lopez-Capel, E., Robertson, S. and Ghazireh, N. 2013. Carbonate precipitation in artificial soils produced from basaltic quarry fines and composts: An opportunity for passive carbon sequestration. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 17 , pp. 309-317. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2013.05.012

Renforth, Philip and Kruger, T. 2013. Coupling mineral carbonation and ocean liming. Energy & Fuels 27 (8) , pp. 4199-4207. 10.1021/ef302030w

Renforth, Philip 2012. The potential of enhanced weathering in the UK. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 10 , pp. 229-243. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2012.06.011
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Renforth, Philip, Mayes, W. M., Jarvis, A. P., Burke, I. T., Manning, D. A. C. and Gruiz, K. 2012. Contaminant mobility and carbon sequestration downstream of the Ajka (Hungary) red mud spill: The effects of gypsum dosing. Science of the Total Environment 421-22 , pp. 253-259. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.01.046
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Washbourne, C. -L., Renforth, Philip and Manning, D. A. C. 2012. Investigating carbonate formation in urban soils as a method for capture and storage of atmospheric carbon. Science of the Total Environment 431 , pp. 166-175. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.037

Renforth, Philip and Manning, David A. C. 2011. Laboratory carbonation of artificial silicate gels enhanced by citrate: Implications for engineered pedogenic carbonate formation. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 5 (6) , pp. 1578-1586. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2011.09.001
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Renforth, Philip, Leake, Jonathan R., Edmondson, Jill, Manning, David A. C. and Gaston, Kevin J. 2011. Designing a carbon capture function into urban soils. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning 164 (2) , pp. 121-128. 10.1680/udap.2011.164.2.121
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Renforth, Philip, Manning, D. A. C. and Lopez-Capel, E. 2009. Carbonate precipitation in artificial soils as a sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide. Applied Geochemistry 24 (9) , pp. 1757-1764. 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2009.05.005
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