Geysir Group Publications

2015

Geilert S., Vroon P.Z., Keller N.S., Gudbrandsson S., Stefánsson A. and van Bergen M.J. (2015): Silicon isotope fractionation during silica precipitation from hot-spring waters: Evidence from the Geysir geothermal field, Iceland. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 164 (403-427), doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2015.05.043.

2014

 Snorri Guðbrandsson, Prathap Moola, Andri Stefánsson. (2014): H2S injection into basaltic formation,SulFix. The international carbon conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, August 2014.

2012

Gudbrandsson, S., Mavromatis, V., Gautier, Q., Bovet, N., Schott, J., and Oelkers, E.H. (2012) Kaolinite precipitation rates at pH 4 and 25 °C. Abstract and talk at Goldschmidt2012, Montreal, Canada, July 24th-29th 2012. 


Gudbrandsson, S., Wolff-Boenisch, D., Gislason, S.R. and Oelkers, E.H., (2012)  Role of plagioclase in chemical weathering of crystalline basalts. Poster and abstract at the European Geothermal PhD-Day2012, Pisa, Italy. 


Gudbrandsson, S., Wolff-Boenisch, D., Gislason, S.R. and Oelkers, E.H., (2012). Role of individual minerals in crystalline basalt during CO2 sequestration. Abstract and talk at Nordic Geological Winter-meeting, Reykjavík, January 2012.

2011

Gudbrandsson, S., Wolff-Boenisch, D., Gislason, S.R. and Oelkers, E.H., (2011) An experimental study of crystalline basalt dissolution from 2≤pH≤11 and temperature from 5 to 75 degrees C, Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta Vol 75, pp. 5469-5509.


Gudbrandsson, S., Wolff-Boenisch, D., Gislason, S.R. and Oelkers, E.H., (2011). Dissolution rates of plagioclase feldspars as a function of solution composition. Abstract and poster at Goldschmidt2011, Prague, Czech Republic, August 14th -19th 2011. 


Gudbrandsson, S. and Alfredsson, H.A. (2011)  CO2 injection into basaltic formations at Hellisheiði Geothermal Field. Poster and abstract at the European Geothermal PhD-Day2011, Reykjavík, Iceland 

2010

Gudbrandsson, S., Wolff-Boenisch, D., Gislason, S.R. and Oelkers, E.H., 2010. Dissolution rates of crystalline basalt at pH 2 – 11 and 5 °C to 75 °C. Poster and abstract at the European Geothermal PhD-Day2010, Potsdam,Germany, 12th February 2010.

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