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Miss Sarah Atinta Howarth MSci Geology

Postgraduate research student (SPITFIRE)

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Miss Sarah Howarth is a postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2016 onwards: PhD student at the University of Southampton, National Oceanography Centre. 

2012 – 2016: MSci Geology, Imperial College London
MSci Project Title: The influence of extreme weathering on thallium and thallium isotope behaviour, supervised by Dr Julie Prytulak (Imperial College London) and Dr Mike Widdowson (University of Hull).

Research interests

• Ocean Geochemistry
• Mineral Deposits

Research project: Geological and oceanographic controls on the variation in concentration of E-tech elements (REE, cobalt and tellurium) in seafloor Fe-Mn crusts.

The project will investigate the differences and their potential causes between ferromanganese crusts from the NE and SW Atlantic, with a focus on trace element and isotopic signatures, as a part of MarineE-Tech.

Supervisors:

Dr Bramley Murton
Dr Christopher Pearce
Dr Paul Lusty (BGS)

Affiliation

Marine E-tech, Marine Geosciences (NOC)

Research group

Geochemistry

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