CARBON SEQUESTRATION. This shows how the process of carbon sequestration happens. "Underground injection and geologic sequestration (also referred to as storage) of the CO2 into deep underground rock formations. These formations are often a mile or more beneath the surface and consist of porous rock that holds the CO2. Overlying these formations are impermeable, non-porous layers of rock that trap the CO2 and prevent it from migrating upward."
Desert mangroves: stars of carbon sequestration - CSMonitor.com
Carbon sequestration may not, according to researchers at MIT, be the panacea that some had hoped. A recent study has found that far less carbon dioxide than the ideal prediction of 90 percent may be turned into rock when sequestered.
Farmers are Capitalizing on Carbon Sequestration: How Much is Your Carbon-Rich Soil Worth? - http://modernfarmer.com/2016/04/carbon-sequestration/?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=Pinterest&utm_campaign=SNAP%2Bfrom%2BModern+Farmer