2016 September 05
The bubbles of Badoit!
Jérémy, a hydrogeologist at the third year at the Engineering University of Bordeaux (ENSEGID), carried out a 5-month research project from May to September 2016 at the Water Institute, combining field experiments and interpretations at office. His subject of study was to establish a balance sheet of the natural carbon dioxide flows of the Badoit deposit.
Let us recall that the natural carbon dioxide of Badoit comes from the land mast, several tens of kilometers under our feet. His internship was co-supervised by the Water Institute and the Université du Québec à Montréal.