Dr Niko Kampman

Lecturer

My research examines fluid-rock interactions and the behaviour of geological fluids, with a focus on the subsurface storage of anthropogenic wastes (e.g. geological CO2 storage) and subsurface natural resource extraction (e.g. CO2-EOR). I am also interested in the interactions of climate, tectonics and crustal fluid-flow and the long-term degassing of volatiles from the continental crust. I combine element and isotopic (e.g. d13C, d18O, d34S, 87Sr/86Sr, U-Th,234U/238U, 3He/4He) measurements of rocks, fluids and gases with simple physical modelling to examine these processes.