Geology & Geophysics PhD student, Chiara Marieni, attended the IEA GHG International CCS Summer School hosted by The University of Texas at Austin (USA), from July 6th to 11th, 2014. Chiara is a third year PhD student working on the off-shore basalts as unconventional reservoirs where permanently store the atmospheric CO2. The IEA GHG Carbon… Read More IEA GHG International CCS Summer School 2014, Austin (Texas)
Melis Cevatoglu and John Davis had a successful cruise in Ardmucknish Bay (Oban, Scotland) on board R/V Seol Mara, on 23 and 24 April 2014, under the scope of the QICS Experiment (Quantifying and Monitoring Potential Ecosystem Impacts of Geological Carbon Storage). QICS experiment, funded by the Natural Environment Research Council of the UK, with… Read More Return to Ardmucknish Bay – is the CO2 still in the sub-surface?
Five PhD students from the Geology and Geophysics research group presented their work at the annual British Geophysical Association Postgraduate Research in Progress Meeting, hosted by the University of Cambridge. Seismologists, Ryan Gallacher, Thomas Hall and Saikiran Tharimena, and exploration geophysicists Kelvin Amalokwu and Melis Cevatoglu presented a broad range of work from imaging deep… Read More British Geophysical Association Postgraduate Research in Progress Meeting 2013