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The University of Southampton
Clean Carbon

Governance Structure

Clean Carbon USRG Chair: Dr Lindsay-Marie Armstrong

Theme leads:

Behaviour - Dr Johan Nordensvard

Consequences - Dr Sally Brown

Capture - Dr Lindsay-Marie Armstrong

Reduction - Dr Edward Richardson

Sequestration - Dr Juerg Matter

Utilisation - Dr Robert Raja/Dr Pier Sazio

Steering GroupProfessor Tim Leighton, Dr Juerg Matter, Dr Pier Sazio, Dr Robert Raja,  Dr Edward Richardson, Professor John Shepherd, Professor Damon Teagle, Professor Gail Taylor, Dr Sally Brown  Professor Paul White Professor Andrew Cruden

If you are interested in joining the Clean Carbon USRG then please contact the Interdisciplinary Research Coordinator for this group, Frances Clarke or fill in the Application Form

At Southampton, we have a large community of researchers that spans across many academic units including Chemistry, Engineering, Ocean and Earth Science, and Sociology and Social Policy.

We believe that the development of long-term solutions aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions is through interdisciplinary research from capture through to end-use. Together our research focuses on various aspects of the carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCS&U) chain. Our expertise combines Southampton's world-class computational and simulation modelling and world leading experimental facilities in sustained ocean observing, mapping and survey; data management, and scientific advice provided by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) at Southampton.

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