Projects by Research Area

Alteration products of seafloor massive sulphides: a source of critical metals?
Assessing the sensitivity of oceanic methane hydrates to climate change
Atmospheric CO2 removal by Enhanced Rock Weathering: Geoengineering the silicate weathering thermostat
Atmospheric CO2 variability and climate sensitivity during past warm climates – a lesson for the future?
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
Costa Rican subduction - connecting Earth’s deep water cycle to earthquake and volcanic hazard
Developing novel seismic methods to image the sub-seafloor structure of deep-ocean hydrothermal systems and their mineral deposits.
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
Future of subsea methane in the warming Arctic
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
How do species emerge?
Joint elastic-electrical properties of clay-rich sediments with fluid-filled fractures
New records of extreme Eocene warming events from the southern high latitudes
Nitrogen cycling in the subsurface biosphere – using a serpentinising system as an analogue for early life on Earth
Re-purposing of mine waste tailings for carbon dioxide removal via enhanced rock weathering *
Testing the links between magmatic, tectonic and climate controls on hydrothermal activity at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
The world’s dominant sediment transport agents: How do river deltas link to submarine fans and what hazards do they pose? *
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 *