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ACCE DTP fully-funded project: History and impacts of microplastic pollution in UK salt marshes

Lead Supervisor. Prof Roland Gehrels (University of York Department of Environment and Geography). Co-supervisor. Annette Burden (CEH), Dr Brett Sallach (University of York Department of Chemistry), Dr R Kroeger (University of York Department of Physics ). 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

Efficacy of Greenhouse Gas Removal via Enhanced Rock Weathering: impact of groundwater chemistry and flow

Enhanced rock weathering (ERW) is a prime Greenhouse Gas Reduction (GGR) technology based on amending soils with crushed calcium- and magnesium-rich silicate rocks that accelerates natural carbon dioxide sequestration processes with important co-benefits for crop production and restoration of soil health. Read more

Tipping points in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica (OP2245)

Sea-level rise is one long-lasting consequence of global warming, affecting coastal communities worldwide. The Amundsen Sea is of particular importance as it is the region in Antarctica where the rate of ice loss is currently greatest. Read more

Improving the representation of the ice shelf ocean cavity circulation in global ocean models (OP2209)

Global sea-level rise is one of the most severe impacts of climate change which threatens large coastal cities and ecosystems. Sea-level rise originates from several sources, including melting of glaciers and ice sheets. Read more

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