New research from the University of Bristol and SUERC suggests that the Andes have been a mountain chain for much longer than previously thought.
The fate of injected and sequestered CO2 is the focus of the recently published study by Domokos Györe and co-authors (International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 42, November, 2015).
The fate of carbon eroded from Arctic soils is the focus of recently published collaborative work with the SUERC-hosted NERC/BGS Radiocarbon Facility.
SUERC has taken delivery of the first ever 2nd generation Thermo Scientific 253 Ultra isotope ratio mass spectrometer.
Dr Darren Mark (SUERC) & collaborators publish paper (Nature Communications, Tuesday 16th June) highlighting efforts to assess the possibility of life on Mars have taken a step forward thanks to the successful extraction and measurement of methane from Martian rocks.
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