Projects by Suitable First Degree

Are forever chemicals really forever? Determining PFAS cycling in the environment.
Assessing sedimentary Blue Carbon to inform marine management *
Biological and environmental control of herbivory by an agricultural insect pest *
Desert dune avalanche processes in modern and ancient environments
Does temperature drive enhanced carbon cycling in Holocene lake sediments?
Effect of microplastics on methane-cycling in marine sediments
Evolution of symbiosis in a warming world
Geochemical signatures of mantle magmatism in plume-ridge contexts: a long-distance relationship
Geochronology of ridge flank hydrothermal contributions to global biogeochemical cycles
Hydrogel based chemosensors for detecting metal ion contamination in seawater
Impacts of floral nutritional loss on pollinator community interactions
Interconnections of past greenhouse climates: lessons for the future
Investigation of plant auditory response to physical and chemical hazards
Keeping up with ocean change: Using robots to push the envelope in ocean carbon observing *
Microplastics and carbon sequestration: identifying links and impacts
Microplastics in the Southern Ocean: sources, fate and impacts. *
Nanomaterials sensors for biomedicine and/or the environment
Physical and biogeochemical responses to Antarctic sea ice loss: what are the implications for ocean carbon uptake? *
Polar amplification of climate change in the past and future
Reconstructing the history of submarine volcanoes using sediment biogeochemistry and modelling
Southern Ocean Iron Supply: Does Size Fractionation Matter?
Suspended animation response in anoxia, a no-oxygen environment
The Acid Test – high-resolution records of climate change across the PETM and other hyperthermals
Tracking nutrient and metal exchange during Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement *
Understanding variability in Earth’s climate and magnetic field using new archives from the Iberian Margin
Up, up and away – the fate of upwelled nutrients in an African upwelling system and the biogeochemical and phytoplankton responses
Using soil ancient DNA to assess changing biodiversity in Iceland