Outline of geoengineering

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to geoengineering:

Geoengineering – discovery, development, and production and use of subsurface earth resources, as well as the design and construction of earth works. Geoengineering is the application of geosciences, where mechanics, mathematics, physics, chemistry, and geology are used to understand and shape our interaction with the earth. Geoengineers work in areas of (1) mining, including surface and subsurface excavations, and rock burst mitigation; (2) energy, including hydraulic fracturing and drilling for exploration and production of water, oil, or gas; (3) infrastructure, including underground transportation systems and isolation of nuclear and hazardous wastes; and (4) environment, including groundwater flow, contaminant transport and remediation, and hydraulic structures.

What type of thing is geoengineering?[edit]

Geoengineering can be described as all of the following:

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Carbon dioxide removal[edit]

Solar radiation management[edit]

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