Applied Geosciences Research and Enterprise Group

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The Applied Geosciences Research and Enterprise Group combines the research interests of researchers and PhD students working on fundamental geological and earth surface processes, and their application to environmental and resource management. Areas of expertise within the group include environmental nanotechnology, geochemistry, hydrology and hydrogeology, mineral deposits, sedimentology and geomorphology.

The group’s pure and applied research is aligned closely to industrial and business needs, with funding from a range of sources including research councils, the European Union, charities and industry. Members of the group are also active participants in the Centre for Aquatic Environments, and the Ecosystems, Remote Sensing and Environmental Management and Past Human and Environmental Dynamics research groups.

Research within the group falls under the following themes:

  • Past and present sediment dynamics
  • Applied geochemistry
  • Metcycle - Geosphere to Biosphere metal cycling

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    Projects

    Research Output

    Storm response of fluvial sedimentary microplastics

    Ockelford, A., Cundy, A. & Ebdon, J., 5 Feb 2020, In : Scientific Reports. 10, 1, 26 p., 1865.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • Geomorphic and hydrological controls on groundwater dolocrete formation in the semi‐arid Hamersley Basin, northwest Australia

    Mather, C., Nash, D., Skrzypek, G., Dogramaci, S. & Grierson, P., 20 Jul 2019, In : Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 44, 14, p. 2752-2770 19 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Heat treatment of Kalahari and Cape silcretes: impacts upon silcrete chemistry and implications for geochemical provenancing

    Nash, D., Coulson, S. & Schmidt, P., 29 Oct 2019, In : Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. 11, 12, p. 6865-6874 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Activities

    • 1 Consultancy

    Geoarchaeological analysis of sediment samples, Heslington East, York

    Chris Carey (Consultant)
    1 Oct 20131 Oct 2015

    Activity: Consultancy