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2017 IEAGHG International CCS summer school, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 17th to 22nd July 2017. On the final approach to Regina international airport one thing you notice is the number of trees and how green the city is, where for the second consecutive year, the 2017 IEAGHG International CCS summer school...
So before I launch into ‘blogging’ my geochemical tour Down Under, I really do need to say a very big thank you to Robin Cathcart and everyone in the UKCCSRC team for providing financial support through the ECR International Exchange Fund for this trip. I’d also like to thank Charles...
The 2016 IEAGHG Summer School , hosted by University of Regina, is the 10th and a pivotal edition of the School thus far. SaskPower , an energy generating Crown Corporation in Saskatchewan (Canada), has retrofitted an amine-based CO 2 capture system to a generator in one of their plants and...
Written by Domenico Baù , University of Sheffield, who received a funded place to attend the IEAGHG 2nd Modelling and Monitoring Network Workshop (Edinburgh, 5-8 July 2016) as part of the UKCCSRC's support of this event. I am a senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield, where I teach modules...
This blog was written by Karl McAlinden , Weparn Julian Tay and Kate Stechly , who are PhD students at the University of Nottingham, Imperial College London and University of Sheffield, respectively and received travel funding by the UKCCSRC to attend the 9th IEAGHG CCS Summer School in Australia. Introduction...
I was bursting with enthusiasm this morning for my second day at COP21. I now knew how to get to Le Bourget. And having done a reccie yesterday evening, was familiar with the layout of the conference centre (even if Obama delayed me by two hours!). Pas de problem! It...
Written by Ignacio (Nacho) Trabadela , a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh whose attendance at the OxyCAP/OxyCORR workshops in London in June 2014 was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund . This focusses on the OxyCORR part of the workshops. A blog about the OxyCAP element can be...
University of Edinburgh PhD students Laura Herraiz and Paul Tait attend the prestigious IEAGHG CCS International Summer School in Nottingham, 21-26 July 2013 All photos (except the bus photo) here are taken by Lori Gauvreau - Schlumberger (for IEAGHG) The IEAGHG CCS International Summer School has been an annual event...
Written by Jerry Blackford - Marine System Modeller, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and UKCCSRC Co-ordination Group Member/Research Area Champion for Ecosystems and Environmental Impact The IEAGHG network workshop series http://ieaghg.org/networks provide an annual opportunity to catch up with the latest research in the field from across the globe as well as...
Clair Gough (Research Fellow, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research) reports from the IEAGHG Social Research Network (IEAGHG SRN) meeting, held in Calgary 13-14 January 2014 and which she attended with support from the UKCCSRC The IEAGHG SRN brings together researchers from around the world with the aim of “fostering...

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