Projects by Research Area

Alteration products of seafloor massive sulphides: a source of critical metals?
Atmospheric CO2 removal by Enhanced Rock Weathering: Geoengineering the silicate weathering thermostat
Caribbean Subduction: Seismic Imaging of Melt and Volatiles in the Lesser Antilles with joint inversion, full-waveform, and machine learning approaches
Constraining ascent rates of diamond-bearing kimberlite magmas using diffusion chronometry
Evolution of Southern Ocean temperature and Antarctic circumpolar circulation
Explosive submarine eruption processes: pumice raft formation, dispersion and hazard
Faulting and magmatism during volcanic rifting in East Africa
Forams in the laser sights – time capsules of monthly-scale pH and temperature fluctuations? *
Geoengineering the removal and permanent storage of atmospheric CO2 via direct air capture and mineralisation of industrial waste.
How do corals make their skeletons? Insights from boron geochemistry
Joint elastic-electrical properties of clay-rich sediments with fluid-filled fractures
Keeping tabs on ocean acidification: Using novel technologies to monitor carbonate chemistry from polar to tropical waters *
Microplastics and carbon sequestration: identifying links and impacts
New records of extreme Eocene warming events from the southern high latitudes
Novel terrestrial analogues for potential life-favouring environments on ancient Mars
Re-purposing of mine waste tailings for carbon dioxide removal via enhanced rock weathering *
Sedimentary “filters” for emerging contaminants in estuarine and coastal systems
Tasty or Toxic? Biogeochemistry of marine sediments in a warming ocean
Temporal variability of the carbon system across the Atlantic Ocean; causes and implications
Testing the links between magmatic, tectonic and climate controls on hydrothermal activity at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Transport of organic carbon through submarine canyons and burial in deep-sea basins
Understanding rapid changes in Earth’s magnetic field: timing, spatial extent, and causes of geomagnetic spikes and excursions
Use of B and Li isotopes to better understand the fate of lithium in crustal environments *