Science and impact
Papers and conference contributions

Published papers

Acute bioaccumulation and chronic toxicity of olivine in the marine amphipod Gammarus locusta. Flipkens G. et al. (2023) Aquatic Toxicology DOI: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2023.106662  

Enhanced olivine weathering in seawater via continuous grain collisions (2023) Flipkens, G., Fuhr, M., Fiers, G., Meysman, F.J.R., Town, R.M., Blust, R. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 359 

Mesocosm experiments in ocean alkalinity enhancement research. Riebesell U. et al. Guide to Best Practices in Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement Research (in review) 

Conference Contributions

Hawaiian beaches as natural analogues for long-term rates and impacts of Coastal Enhanced Silicate Weathering. Kreuzburg M. et al., Goldschmidt Conference, Lyon, July 12 2023.  

Ocean alkalinity enhancement through enhanced silicate weathering in coastal areas: a long-term mesocosm study. Hylén A. et al., EGU Vienna, April 28 & ASLO Palma de Mallorca, June 6 2023. 

The other carbon problem: bottom trawling reduces sedimentary alkalinity generation. van de Velde, S. et al., ASLO Palma de Mallorca, June 6 2023. 

Hawaiian beaches as natural analogues for long-term rates and impacts of Coastal Enhanced Silicate Weathering. Kreuzburg, M. et al., ASLO Palma de Mallorca, June 6 2023. 

Is Coastal Enhanced  Silicate Weathering Rock Solid? A feasibility study. Geerts L. et al., Rock Weathering Day, Delft, May 24 2023. 

Ocean alkalinity enhancement through enhanced silicate weathering in coastal areas: a long-term mesocosm study. Van Heurck B. et al., Rock Weathering Day, Delft, May 24 2023. 

Interactions between bioturbation and enhanced silicate weathering in coastal sediments: a long-term mesocosm study. Goossens C. et al., VLIZ Marine Science Day, Bruges, March 31 2023. 

Distribution of electrogenic cable bacteria in a subtropical estuary. Van Heurck B. et al., VLIZ Marine Science Day, Bruges, March 31. 

 

Coastal Carbon groups all coastal ocean alkalinization projects of the Geobiology research group at the University of Antwerp. We investigate natural processes that drive ocean alkalinity content and explore how ocean alkalinity can be increased to stimulate the ocean’s CO₂ storage capacity. 

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