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Our research focuses on biogeochemical processes in environmental systems using inter-disciplinary approaches underpinned by novel analytical techniques. Biogeochemistry research focuses on identifying sources, sinks and fate of anthropogenic and naturally-occurring chemical species. Specific examples include: atmospheric and aquatic fluxes of macronutrients; determination and fate of trace elements and radionuclides; catchment/estuarine transport modelling; iron cycling in the context of climate change and ocean productivity; elemental speciation and impact on ecosystem function; and colloid behaviour in aquatic systems. The main focus of Environmental Analytical Chemistry research is the design, development and deployment of innovative instrumentation that widens research possibilities within environmental biogeochemistry.
Biogeochemistry; Environmental analytical chemistry.
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- Faculty of Science and Technology
- 01752 584584
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