His primary areas of investigation include Mineralogy, Inorganic chemistry, Solubility, Aqueous solution and Geothermal gradient. The concepts of his Mineralogy study are interwoven with issues in Environmental chemistry, Silicate minerals, Feldspar and Weathering. His research investigates the connection between Weathering and topics such as Lithology that intersect with problems in CarbFix.
His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of Potentiometric titration, Spectrophotometry and Solubility equilibrium. His work carried out in the field of Aqueous solution brings together such families of science as Mineralization, Hydrothermal circulation, Magmatic water, Magma chamber and Overprinting. His Geothermal gradient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Boiling and Chemical composition.
Andri Stefánsson focuses on Geochemistry, Geothermal gradient, Mineralogy, Basalt and Volcano. His Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Hydrothermal circulation and Sulfur. Andri Stefánsson usually deals with Sulfur and limits it to topics linked to Sulfide and Aqueous solution.
His research on Geothermal gradient also deals with topics like
Boiling and related Enthalpy, Supercritical fluid and Aquifer,
Groundwater, which have a strong connection to Surface water. His Mineralogy study also includes
Environmental chemistry together with Arsenic,
Mineralization, Solubility and Carbonate most often made with reference to Dissolution. Andri Stefánsson works mostly in the field of CarbFix, limiting it down to concerns involving Calcite and, occasionally, Inorganic chemistry.
Andri Stefánsson mainly focuses on Geothermal gradient, Geochemistry, Volcano, Basalt and Mantle. His Geothermal gradient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Boiling, Groundwater, Mineralogy, Metallurgy and Hydrogen sulfide. His study in Groundwater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental chemistry and Chemical composition.
Andri Stefánsson interconnects Carbon dioxide and Dissolution in the investigation of issues within Hydrogen sulfide. His research in Geochemistry intersects with topics in Seawater and Hydrothermal circulation. He combines subjects such as Tephra, Subduction, Meteoric water and Borehole with his study of Basalt.
Andri Stefánsson spends much of his time researching Geothermal gradient, Volcano, Geochemistry, Groundwater and Basalt. As part of his studies on Geothermal gradient, Andri Stefánsson often connects relevant areas like Petroleum engineering. He has included themes like Redox and Hydrothermal circulation in his Geochemistry study.
His Groundwater research incorporates themes from Supercritical fluid, Glacial period, Boiling and Chemical composition. He interconnects Geochemical modeling, Meteoric water and Solubility in the investigation of issues within Chemical composition. His research in Basalt intersects with topics in Drilling, Scientific drilling, Effusive eruption, Tephra and Borehole.
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Magmatic vapor contraction and the transport of gold from the porphyry environment to epithermal ore deposits
Christoph A. Heinrich;Thomas Driesner;Andri Stefánsson;Terry M. Seward.
Iron(III) Hydrolysis and Solubility at 25 °C
Environmental Science & Technology (2007)
Gold(I) complexing in aqueous sulphide solutions to 500°C at 500 bar
A. Stefánsson;T.M. Seward.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2004)
Mineral sequestration of carbon dioxide in basalt: A pre-injection overview of the CarbFix project
Sigurdur Reynir Gislason;Domenik Wolff-Boenisch;Andri Stefansson;Eric H. Oelkers.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2010)
Fluid-Fluid Interactions in Geothermal Systems
Stefán Arnórsson;Andri Stefánsson;Jón Örn Bjarnason.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2007)
CHEMICAL WEATHERING OF BASALTS, SOUTHWEST ICELAND: EFFECT OF ROCK CRYSTALLINITY AND SECONDARY MINERALS ON CHEMICAL FLUXES TO THE OCEAN
Andri Stefánsson;Sigurdur R. Gíslason.
American Journal of Science (2001)
Dissolution of primary minerals of basalt in natural waters
Chemical Geology (2001)
New methods for the direct determination of dissolved inorganic, organic and total carbon in natural waters by Reagent-Free Ion Chromatography and inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry.
Andri Stefánsson;Ingvi Gunnarsson;Niels Giroud.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2007)
Sampling and analysis of geothermal fluids
S. Arnórsson;J. Ö. Bjarnason;N. Giroud;I. Gunnarsson.
Dissolution of primary minerals in natural waters
Andri Stefánsson;Sigurdur R Gı́slason;Stefán Arnórsson.
Chemical Geology (2001)
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