Carl H Carman
B.S. Geology, University of Illinois
- Environmental monitoring team for Illinois Basin - Decatur Project and the Illinois Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage Project
- Operate and maintain the soil flux monitoring network to assess natural variability of soil CO2 emissions, contribute data and analysis to project reporting
- Assist deep brine and shallow groundwater sampling events, and laboratory analysis
- Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage
- Environmental Monitoring Verification and Accounting as it relates to CCUS
- Soil CO2 flux
I am currently analyzing a large flux dataset to develop methods for quantifying variations in soil CO2 flux, and identifying their causes. This will enable optimization in the application of soil CO2 flux as a method for both leak detection and leak quantification.
Carman, Carl H., Locke, Randy A., Blakley, Curt S. Update on soil CO2 flux monitoring at the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project, 2014, Energy Procedia, Volume 63, 2014, Pages 3869-3880.
Korose, Chris P., Locke II, Randy A., Blakley, Curt S., Carman, Carl H., 2014, Integration of near-surface monitoring information using ArcGIS at the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project, USA, Energy Procedia, Vol. 63, pp. 3945-3955.
Iranmanesh, Abbas, Locke II, Randall A., Wimmer, Bracken T., Carman, Carl H. Statistical Evaluation of Groundwater Compliance Data from the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project. Poster at 12th Annual Conference on Carbon Capture and Storage, Pittsburgh, PA, May 13-16 2013.