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University of Southampton Geochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 26 University of Southampton Geochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 26 University of Southampton Geochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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The impact of continental break-up on the global carbon cycle

Project Rationale. The rupture of continents and the formation of new ocean basins are perhaps the most dramatic phenomena in global tectonics but these processes are rarely shown in text book cartoons of the plate tectonic and biogeochemical cycles (e.g., Kelemen & Manning, 2015). Read more

Resolving Antarctic meltwater events in Southern Ocean marine sediments and exploring their significance using climate models

Project Rationale. The principal aim of this project is to better understand the role of the Antarctic ice sheet in global sea level and rapid climate change by reconstructing Antarctic glacial discharge and modelling the impact of these freshwater fluxes on ocean circulation and climate. Read more

Characterising the efficiency of Enhanced Weathering as an atmospheric CO2 removal strategy using isotopic tracers

Project Rationale. The implementation of new approaches for reducing atmospheric CO. 2. levels is urgently required if we are to achieve the Paris Agreement target of limiting the post-industrialization increase in global temperature to 1.5°C. Read more

Microplastics and carbon sequestration: identifying links and impacts

Project Rationale. The downward sinking flux of marine organic particles (e.g. as marine snow and faecal pellets) removes large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to the deep ocean where it is stored for centuries – a process known as the biological carbon pump (BCP). Read more

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