Research in the field of geochemistry from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.
Jay Black Experimental studies in the areas of aqueous geochemistry, mineral reaction kinetics, water-rock interactions and CO2 storage to aid geochemical modelling.
Russell Drysdale Palaeoclimatology specialising in reconstructing Earth’s climate history from geochemical signatures preserved in cave deposits.
Florian Dux Palaeotemperature analysis of carbonates using clumped isotope mass spectrometry to investigate past climate change.
Andrea Giuliani Geochronology, igneous petrology, isotopic geochemistry (stable and radiogenic isotopes), kimberlites and related rocks (petrogenesis, melt inclusions), mantle petrology (mantle fluids/melts).
Alan Greig Geochemistry.
Ralf Haese Transport and reactions in porous rocks and develop technologies to reduce the risks of geological CO2 storage.
Janet Hergt Application of radiogenic isotope analysis with geochemical data to explore the Earth processes preserved in geological materials.
Ashleigh Hood Earth’s early environmental evolution and links to biological evolution, including Precambrian seawater chemistry and reef systems, using carbonate sedimentology, isotope and trace metal geochemistry.
Barry Kohn Study of thermochronology, tectonics, landscape evolution and basin evolution.
Yu-Chen Ling Microorganisms in coastal soil systems.
Roland Maas Exploration geochemistry and geodynamics.
Bence Paul Research into the fundamentals of laser ablation-ICPMS, including data processing and software, for a range of applications including geological and biological samples.
Amy Prendergast Studies in palaeoclimatology and archaeology through high-resolution climate and environmental reconstruction, human-environment interaction and natural hazards.
Jon Woodhead Application of isotope and trace element geochemistry to problems in the Earth and environmental sciences, with particular emphasis on technique development and innovation.
Peter Cook Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage Research
The Peter Cook Centre aims to develop environmentally and socially acceptable, cost effective carbon capture and storage solutions for a carbon constrained world.