Dirk Kirste
Dirk Kirste
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Safe storage and effective monitoring of CO2 in depleted gas fields
CR Jenkins, PJ Cook, J Ennis-King, J Undershultz, C Boreham, T Dance, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (2), E35-E41, 2012
A fresh approach to investigating CO2 storage: experimental CO2–water–rock interactions in a low-salinity reservoir system
SM Farquhar, JK Pearce, GKW Dawson, A Golab, S Sommacal, D Kirste, ...
Chemical Geology 399, 98-122, 2015
CO2 storage in a depleted gas field: An overview of the CO2CRC Otway Project and initial results
J Underschultz, C Boreham, T Dance, L Stalker, B Freifeld, D Kirste, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 5 (4), 922-932, 2011
Jarosite dissolution II—Reaction kinetics, stoichiometry and acid flux
SA Welch, D Kirste, AG Christy, FR Beavis, SG Beavis
Chemical Geology 254 (1-2), 73-86, 2008
Monitoring of CO2 storage in a depleted natural gas reservoir: gas geochemistry from the CO2CRC Otway Project, Australia
C Boreham, J Underschultz, L Stalker, D Kirste, B Freifeld, C Jenkins, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 5 (4), 1039-1054, 2011
Mineralogical control of rare earth elements in acid sulfate soils
SA Welch, AG Christy, L Isaacson, D Kirste
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (1), 44-64, 2009
SO2 impurity impacts on experimental and simulated CO2–water–reservoir rock reactions at carbon storage conditions
JK Pearce, DM Kirste, GKW Dawson, SM Farquhar, D Biddle, SD Golding, ...
Chemical Geology 399, 65-86, 2015
CO2 storage in saline aquifers I—Current state of scientific knowledge
K Michael, M Arnot, P Cook, J Ennis-King, R Funnell, J Kaldi, D Kirste, ...
Energy Procedia 1 (1), 3197-3204, 2009
Jarosite dissolution I—Trace cation flux in acid sulfate soils
SA Welch, AG Christy, D Kirste, SG Beavis, F Beavis
Chemical Geology 245 (3-4), 183-197, 2007
Groundwater in the Broken Hill region, Australia: recognising interaction with bedrock and mineralisation using S, Sr and Pb isotopes
P de Caritat, D Kirste, G Carr, M McCulloch
Applied Geochemistry 20 (4), 767-787, 2005
Constraints on the generation of H2S and CO2 in the subsurface Triassic, Alberta Basin, Canada
S Desrocher, I Hutcheon, D Kirste, CM Henderson
Chemical Geology 204 (3-4), 237-254, 2004
Mixing processes in hydrothermal spring systems and implications for interpreting geochemical data: a case study in the Cappadocia region of Turkey
M Afsin, DM Allen, D Kirste, UG Durukan, A Gurel, O Oruc
Hydrogeology Journal 22 (1), 7-23, 2014
Geochemical modelling of CO2-water-rock interaction in the Pretty Hill formation, Otway Basin
DM Kirste, MN Watson, PR Tingate
Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA), 2004
Clay mineral precipitation and low silica in glacier meltwaters explored through reaction-path modelling
JW Crompton, GE Flowers, D Kirste, B Hagedorn, MJ Sharp
Journal of Glaciology 61 (230), 1061-1078, 2015
Advancing knowledge of gas migration and fugitive gas from energy wells in northeast British Columbia, Canada
AG Cahill, R Beckie, B Ladd, E Sandl, M Goetz, J Chao, J Soares, ...
Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 9 (2), 134-151, 2019
Chemical indicators of saltwater intrusion for the Gulf Islands, British Columbia
J Klassen, DM Aleen, D Kirtse
Final Report, Department of Earth Sciences, Simon Rfaser University, 2014
Adsorption and mineral trapping dominate CO2 storage in coal systems
SD Golding, IT Uysal, CJ Boreham, D Kirste, KA Baublys, JS Esterle
Energy Procedia 4, 3131-3138, 2011
The application of the stable isotopes of sulfur and oxygen in groundwater sulfate to mineral exploration in the Broken Hill region of Australia
D Kirste, P de Caritat, R Dann
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 78, 81-84, 2003
Response of a fractured bedrock aquifer to recharge from heavy rainfall events
SY Rathay, DM Allen, D Kirste
Journal of Hydrology 561, 1048-1062, 2018
Mussel shells as environmental tracers: an example from the Loveday Basin
S Tynan, S Eggins, L Kinsley, SA Welch, D Kirste
Regolith, 314-317, 2005
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