Sherwood Lollar brings together hydrogeology and isotope geochemistry to challenge understandings of the role of water in planetary subsurfaces. Her work explores the physical and chemical controls on subsurface architecture by tracking the fate of carbon-bearing fluids and gases in ancient fracture waters in the Earth’s crust. Her project on ancient waters is redefining our understanding of planetary architecture and the limits of habitability below the surface of Earth and other worlds.

Tags: Bio-Tech, Climate change, Energy, Environment & Nature, Hydrogen, Renewable energies, Space & the Universe

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