Major point sources of CO2 emissions in Indiana - Update 2009 (2009)

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Authors: Agnieszka Drobniak
Kathryn Shaffer
Maria Mastalerz

This poster shows major point sources of CO2 emissions in Indiana, including coal-burning electric power plants and industries and institutions as well as major (greater than 100,000 metric tons/year) natural gas, oil, and wood burning CO2 emitting sources. In addition, the poster contains tabular data about CO2 emissions. This publication is an update of IGS Open-File Study 07-01 (2007).



Drobniak, A. , Shaffer, K. R., Mastalerz, M. 2009,  Major point sources of CO2 emissions in Indiana - Update 2009: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 09-09


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Keywords: electric power, coal, carbon dioxide, carbon, emissions, sequestration, natural gas, CO2, electricity, electric power plants, industry, industrial plants, energy, map, wall map

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