Bree Morgan

BreeBree is a low-temperature environmental geochemist with expertise in contaminant mobility and sequestration, both in natural and disturbed systems. Dr Morgan has worked extensively investigating the influence of anthropogenic perturbations, such as eutrophication and acid sulfate soil drainage, on biogeochemical cycling of sulfur, iron and trace elements in sediments and soils. Her recent research focuses on understanding and facilitating low-temperature carbon capture and storage in geological host minerals, with the aim of improving CO2 sequestration technologies. Currently, Bree works towards innovating new mechanisms for enhancing low-temperature precipitation of CO2-host minerals and understanding the suitability of these phases as stable CO2-stores.

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