Johan Faust is a research fellow in the ChAOS project at the University of Leeds.
As a marine geoscientist, his research focuses on deciphering geochemical signatures in sediments to determine how climate variability affects the environmental condition along the Norwegian coast and in the Arctic Ocean.
Johan is a big fan of David Hasselhoff, an excellent football player and loves eating Sauerkraut while listening to Rammstein in Lederhosen.
Before Johan came to Leeds in mid-2017 he graduated from the University of Bremen and completed his PhD at the Geological Survey of Norway/University of Tromsø.
Vlog for World Water Day 2018
In association with the University of Leeds and the Priestley International Centre for Climate Change, the ChAOS team have prepared a short video clip to highlight the impacts of climate change in the Arctic. Read more22 March 2018
CAO-chaired sessions at Goldschmidt 2018
The Goldschmidt Conference is the foremost annual, international conference on geochemistry and related subjects, organised by the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry. Sessions for the 2018 presentation of the conference, taking place in Boston (USA) from 12 to 17 August, are now advertised. Read more12 December 2017