Dr Neil Burnside

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Civil and Environmental Engineering


Geothermal energy resources in Ethiopia : status review and insights from hydrochemistry of surface and groundwaters
Burnside Neil, Montcoudiol Nelly, Becker Kerry, Lewi Elias
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water Vol 8 (2021)
A review of the performance of minewater heating and cooling systems
Walls David, Banks David, Boyce Adrian J, Burnside Neil M
Energies Vol 14 (2021)
Permeability and mineralogy of the Újfalu formation, Hungary, from production tests and experimental rock characterization : implications for geothermal heat projects
Willems Cees J L, Cheng Chaojie, Watson Sean M, Minto James, Williams Aislinn, Walls David, Milsch Harald, Burnside Neil M, Westaway Rob
Energies Vol 14 (2021)
Identification of key performance indicators and complimentary load profiles for 5th generation district energy networks
Millar Michael-Allan, Yu Zhibin, Burnside Neil, Jones Greg, Elrick Bruce
Applied Energy Vol 291 (2021)
Sulphur isotopes in deep groundwater reservoirs : evidence from post-stimulation flowback at the Pohang geothermal facility, Korea
Banks David, Boyce Adrian J, Westaway Rob, Burnside Neil M
Geothermics Vol 91 (2021)
On the common occurrence of sulphate with elevated δ34S in European mine waters : sulphides, evaporites or seawater?
Banks David, Boyce Adrian J, Burnside Neil M, Janson Ewa, Roqueñi Gutierrez Nieves
International Journal of Coal Geology Vol 232 (2020)

More publications


Using stable isotopes to deliver new insights into mine water geothermal resources (2301.0920)
Burnside, Neil (Principal Investigator)
National Environmental Isotope Facility 2301.0920
01-Jan-2021 - 31-Jan-2022
Geothermally Sourced Combined Power and Freshwater Generation for Eastern Africa
Burnside, Neil (Co-investigator) Lewi, Elias (Co-investigator) Yu, Zhibin (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2021

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Civil and Environmental Engineering
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