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Sam KrevorApplied Mathematics and Earth & Environmental Sciences IGERT
Columbia UniversityNew York, NY
Sam Krevor is a student in the Center for Carbon Management, Professor Klaus Lackner's work group within the Earth and Environmental Engineering Department. Sam is studying the development of an engineered process whereby carbon dioxide from the atmosphere may be sequestered in the form of carbonate minerals. The work currently is focusing on the development of the chemical process itself, with the understanding that constraints to be met are not only scientific, but economic and political in nature as well.
Sam loves live music, rock climbing, hiking, running, and attending performing and static arts exhibitions.
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