Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Carla Comadran Casas

Department / group: James Watt School of Engineering
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Research interests:

Soil, carbon sequestration, microbial-induced calcite precipitation, greenhouse gas fluxes

Career history:

Research Associate in Carbon Sequestration at the University of Glasgow, conducting research on carbon sequestration and pollutant remediation in vacant and derelict land
SAGES Policy Internship with the Scottish Science Advisory Council–employed by the Unviersity of Edinburgh
Research Assistant at Abertay University conducting research on the application of crushed basaltic quarry fines on agricultural soils for remineralisation and carbon sequestration purposes

Active research projects:

GALLANT – Glasgow as a Living Lab Accelerating Novel Transformation, Regenerating Derelict Land Team

Recent publications:

Soil management and engineering for blue-green infrastructure
MA Goddard, HC Glanville, C Comadran-Casas, ME Jorat, DAC Manning, …
ICE Manual of Blue-Green Infrastructure, 187-205

Cow urine as a source of nutrients for Microbial-Induced Calcite Precipitation in sandy soil
C Comadran-Casas, CJ Schaschke, JC Akunna, ME Jorat
Journal of Environmental Management 304, 114307

Dolerite fines used as a calcium source for microbially induced calcite precipitation reduce the environmental carbon cost in sandy soil
CC Casas, A Graf, N Brüggemann, CJ Schaschke, ME Jorat
Frontiers in microbiology, 2181

Dissolution experiments on dolerite quarry fines at low liquid-to-solid ratio: a source of calcium for MICP
CC Casas, CJ Schaschke, JC Akunna, ME Jorat
Environmental Geotechnics 9 (6), 331-339

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