Projects by Research Theme

A Canyon Conundrum: What controls contemporary sediment, carbon and pollutant transport in submarine canyons? *
Carbon dioxide mineralization of mine tailings for permanent CO2 storage
Characterising the efficiency of Enhanced Weathering as an atmospheric CO2 removal strategy using isotopic tracers
Constraining ascent rates of diamond-bearing kimberlite magmas using diffusion chronometry
Costa Rican subduction - connecting Earth’s deep water cycle to earthquake and volcanic hazard *
Crustal growth and recycling during continental collision
Determining the duration of ridge flank hydrothermal exchange and its role in global biogeochemical cycles
Faulting, magmatism and fluid flow during volcanic rifting in East Africa *
Greenhouse climates, ocean circulation and monsoon strength
Nitrogen cycling in the subsurface biosphere – an analogue for early life on Earth
Re-purposing of mine waste tailings for carbon dioxide removal via enhanced rock weathering and mineral carbonation *
Resolving Antarctic meltwater events in Southern Ocean marine sediments and exploring their significance using climate models
The impact of continental break-up on the global carbon cycle
Unravelling the environmental interactions of subsea communication cables using Autonomous Robotic Survey Data and Deep Learning *
What drives monsoon climate and droughts over East Asia and the Western Pacific Ocean?
Where did all the Carbon go? Understanding and predicting carbon inventories in coarse sediments