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   dcterms:title "Assessments of Lock-In Related to Different Types of Infrastructure Emitting Carbon Dioxide"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Different fossil fuel–burning infrastructures are plotted according to their historical lifetime (x-axis) and the\r\ncarbon price (in dollars per ton of CO2) required to equalize the marginal cost of existing infrastructure (mainly fuel)\r\nwith the total levelized cost (i.e., including capital and operating expenses) of a low-carbon replacement (y-axis).\r\nCircle sizes reflect the cumulative future emissions of each type of infrastructure that are in excess of what that\r\ninfrastructure can emit under a 2°C climate scenario. Colors are qualitative indicators of the techno-institutional resistance\r\nof that type of infrastructure to unlocking (e.g., stocks of very specific intellectual capital, established subsidies,\r\nentrenched social norms, large supporting infrastructures, and political influence). Key: ICE, internal combustion\r\nengine; BF, blast furnace; BOF, basic oxygen furnace; Gt, gigaton. [Figure source: Redrawn from Seto et al., 2016\r\n(originally adapted from Erickson et al., 2015), used with permission."^^xsd:string;
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