Michael Goodsite

Professor Michael Goodsite

Director IMER & IEP Energy Mining & Resources

Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources

Division of Research and Innovation


Michael Evan Goodsite B.Sc.C.E., M.Sc.Env.E., MBA, Ph.D. FIEAust, CPEng, EngExec, NER, APEC Engineer, IntPE(Aus), FIUPAC, MAusIMM, MAICD, is a civil- and environmental engineering full professor and the Interim Director of The Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER - Modern Energy Systems) and the Director of the UoA Industry Engagement Priority for Energy, Mining and Resources (Reporting to the DVC(R) in this role). He is seconded from his role as Head of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering. He was formerly also: Head (ad interim) of the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) which is now ASPER and inaugural Director of Commercialisation for ECMS. Professor Goodsite has public and private leadership experience. The elected Regional Council of Southern Denmark appointed him as the Region of Southern Denmark’s Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for Regional Development. A portfolio that included Regional business development, environment and natural resources. An experienced Board member: he currently is appointed by the Danish Minister of Energy to the Board of the Danish National Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) as well as other associations and businesses. His international university service includes Special Advisor to the Peking University Centre for Natural Resource Economics, China; Adjunct Professor to the University of Iceland and Honorary Senior Research Fellow to the Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP) in Stockholm, Sweden. His research interests: modelling adaptive systems in the energy and environmental nexus; climate adaptation and as a former military officer and Director of the US Army Cyber Counterintelligence Activity he researches operational efficiency/“green defense”. He was chair of the ECMS In Situ Resource Utilisation (ISRU) initiative, which evolved into a UofA Centre for Sustainable Planetary and Space Resources, where he leads the mineral extractive module. Professor Goodsite is an expert evaluator/assessor for national and international research programs.

Michael Evan Goodsite B.Sc.C.E., M.Sc.Env.E., MBA, Ph.D. FIEAust, CPEng, EngExec, NER, APEC Engineer, IntPE(Aus), FIUPAC, MAusIMM, MAICD, is a civil- and environmental engineering full professor and the Interim Director of The Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER - Modern Energy Systems)  and the Director of the UoA Industry Engagement Priority for Energy, Mining and Resources (Reporting to the DVC(R) in this role). He is seconded from his role as Head of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering. He was formerly also: Head (ad interim) of the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) which is now ASPER and inaugural Director of Commercialisation for ECMS. Professor Goodsite has public and private leadership experience. The elected Regional Council of Southern Denmark appointed him as the Region of Southern Denmark’s Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for Regional Development. A portfolio that included Regional business development, environment and natural resources. An experienced Board member: he currently is appointed by the Danish Minister of Energy to the Board of the Danish National Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) as well as other associations and businesses. His international university service includes Special Advisor to the Peking University Centre for Natural Resource Economics, China; Adjunct Professor to the University of Iceland and Honorary Senior Research Fellow to the Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP) in Stockholm, Sweden. His research interests: modelling adaptive systems in the energy and environmental nexus; climate adaptation and as a former military officer and Director of the US Army Cyber Counterintelligence Activity he researches operational efficiency/“green defense”. He was chair of the ECMS In Situ Resource Utilisation (ISRU) initiative, which evolved into a UofA Centre for Sustainable Planetary and Space Resources, where he leads the mineral extractive module. Professor Goodsite is an expert evaluator/assessor for national and international research programs.

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2020 Hessel, V., Tran, N. N., Orandi, S., Asrami, M. R., Goodsite, M. E., & Nguyen, H. (2020). Continuous-Flow Extraction of Adjacent Metals - a Disruptive Economic Window for In-Situ Resource Utilization of Asteroids?. Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English).
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    2018 Wang, Z., Ren, J., Goodsite, M., & Xu, G. (2018). Waste-to-energy, municipal solid waste treatment, and best available technology: Comprehensive evaluation by an interval-valued fuzzy multi-criteria decision making method. Journal of Cleaner Production, 172, 887-899.
    DOI Scopus31 WoS30
    2018 Landauer, M., Goodsite, M., & Juhola, S. (2018). Nordic national climate adaptation and tourism strategies–(how) are they interlinked?. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 18(sup1), 75-86.
    DOI Scopus5 WoS5
    2016 Goodsite, M., Bertelsen, R., Cassotta Pertoldi-Bianchi, S., Ren, J., van der Watt, L., & Johannsson, H. (2016). The role of science diplomacy: a historical development and international legal framework of arctic research stations under conditions of climate change, post-cold war geopolitics and globalization/power transition. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 6(4), 645-661.
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    2016 Outridge, P., Goodsite, M., Bennike, O., Rausch, N., & Shotyk, W. (2016). Seabird transfer of nutrients and trace elements from the north water polynya to land during the mid-holocene warm period, carey islands, northwest Greenland. Arctic, 69(3), 253-265.
    DOI Scopus5 WoS5
    2016 Ren, J., Xu, D., Cao, H., Wei, S., Dong, L., & Goodsite, M. (2016). Sustainability decision support framework for industrial system prioritization. AIChE Journal, 62(1), 108-130.
    DOI Scopus42 WoS37
    2016 Neset, T., Glaas, E., Ballantyne, A., Linnér, B., Opach, T., Navarra, C., . . . Goodsite, M. (2016). Climate change effects at your doorstep: geographic visualization to support Nordic homeowners in adapting to climate change. Applied Geography, 74, 65-72.
    DOI Scopus6 WoS6
    2015 Sanderson, H., & Goodsite, M. (2015). Editorial—global climate change and contaminants. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(7), 7582-7584.
    DOI Scopus2 WoS2 Europe PMC1
    2015 Ren, J., Dong, L., Sun, L., Goodsite, M., Tan, S., & Dong, L. (2015). Life cycle cost optimization of biofuel supply chains under uncertainties based on interval linear programming. Bioresource Technology, 187, 6-13.
    DOI Scopus24 WoS22 Europe PMC1
    2015 Ren, J., Dong, L., Sun, L., Evan Goodsite, M., Dong, L., Luo, X., & Sovacool, B. (2015). "Supply push" or "demand pull?": strategic recommendations for the responsible development of biofuel in China. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 52, 382-392.
    DOI Scopus14 WoS13
    2015 Ren, J., Goodsite, M. E., & Sovacool, B. K. (2015). Climate justice more vital than democracy. NATURE, 526(7573), 323.
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    2015 Glaas, E., Gammelgaard Ballantyne, A., Neset, T., Linnér, B., Navarra, C., Johansson, J., . . . Goodsite, M. (2015). Facilitating climate change adaptation through communication: Insights from the development of a visualization tool. Energy Research and Social Science, 10, 57-61.
    DOI Scopus13 WoS13
    2015 Sovacool, B., Linnér, B., & Goodsite, M. (2015). The political economy of climate adaptation. Nature Climate Change, 5(7), 616-618.
    DOI Scopus59 WoS60
    2015 Ren, J., Tan, S., Goodsite, M., Sovacool, B., & Dong, L. (2015). Sustainability, shale gas, and energy transition in China: Assessing barriers and prioritizing strategic measures. Energy, 84(C), 551-562.
    DOI Scopus62 WoS59
    2015 Ren, J., Tan, S., Yang, L., Goodsite, M., Pang, C., & Dong, L. (2015). Optimization of emergy sustainability index for biodiesel supply network design. Energy Conversion and Management, 92, 312-321.
    DOI Scopus31 WoS28
    2015 Ren, J., Goodsite, M., & Sovacool, B. (2015). Climate change: Climate justice more vital than democracy. Nature, 526(7573), 323.
    DOI Scopus3
    2015 Ren, J., Tan, S., & Dong, L. (2015). Analysis of the barriers of sustainable e-waste recycling industry in China. WASTE MANAGEMENT, 44, I-II.
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    2014 Johannsdottir, L., Davidsdottir, B., Goodsite, M., & Olafsson, S. (2014). What is the potential and demonstrated role of non-life insurers in fulfilling climate commitments? A case study of Nordic insurers. Environmental Science and Policy, 38, 87-106.
    DOI Scopus8 WoS8
    2014 Juhola, S., Goodsite, M., Davis, M., Klein, R., Davídsdóttir, B., Atlason, R., . . . Gammelgaard Ballantyne, A. (2014). Adaptation decision-making in the Nordic countries: assessing the potential for joint action. Environment Systems and Decisions, 34(4), 600-611.
    DOI Scopus9
    2014 Sanei, H., Petersen, H., Schovsbo, N., Jiang, C., & Goodsite, M. (2014). Petrographic and geochemical composition of kerogen in the Furongian (U. Cambrian) Alum Shale, central Sweden: Reflections on the petroleum generation potential. International Journal of Coal Geology, 132, 158-169.
    DOI Scopus17 WoS16
    2014 Goodsite, M. (2014). Comment: China and the climate change debate. Thunderbird International Business Review, 56(2), 219-220.
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    2014 Johannsdottir, L., Davidsdottir, B., Goodsite, M., & Olafsson, S. (2014). Insurers' role in enhancing development and utilization of environmentally sound technologies: a case study of Nordic insurers. Journal of Cleaner Production, 65, 526-538.
    DOI Scopus5 WoS5
    2013 Holm, P., Goodsite, M., Cloetingh, S., Agnoletti, M., Moldan, B., Lang, D., . . . Zondervan, R. (2013). Collaboration between the natural, social and human sciences in Global Change Research. Environmental Science and Policy, 28, 25-35.
    DOI Scopus76 WoS69
    2013 Cassotta, S., & Goodsite, M. (2013). A regulatory multilevel and multidisciplinary contextual analysis of environmental impact assessment (EIA) relevant to Greenland: Offshore oil drilling and the imperfect equation. European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 22(2), 46-69.
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    2013 Hamilton, M., Thekdi, S., Jenicek, E., Harmon, R., Goodsite, M., Case, M., . . . Lambert, J. (2013). Case studies of scenario analysis for adaptive management of natural resource and infrastructure systems. Environmentalist, 33(1), 89-103.
    DOI Scopus14
    2013 Goodsite, M., Outridge, P., Christensen, J., Dastoor, A., Muir, D., Travnikov, O., & Wilson, S. (2013). How well do environmental archives of atmospheric mercury deposition in the Arctic reproduce rates and trends depicted by atmospheric models and measurements?. Science of the Total Environment, 452-453, 196-207.
    DOI Scopus24 WoS26 Europe PMC4
    2013 Schotter, A., & Goodsite, M. (2013). Interdisciplinary perspectives on competitive climate strategy in multinational corporations. Thunderbird International Business Review, 55(6), 629-632.
    DOI Scopus8
    2012 Goodsite, M., Plane, J., & Skov, H. (2012). Erratum: A theoretical study of the oxidation of Hg0 to HgBr2 in the troposphere (Environmental Science and Technology (2004) 38:6 (1772-1776) DOI: 10.1021/es034680s). Environmental Science and Technology, 46(9), 5262.
    DOI Scopus31 WoS32
    2011 Outridge, P., Sanei, H., Stern, G., Goodsite, M., Hamilton, P., Carrie, J., . . . MacDonald, R. (2011). Comment on climate change and mercury accumulation in Canadian high and subarctic lakes. Environmental Science and Technology, 45(15), 6703-6704.
    DOI Scopus13 WoS14 Europe PMC5
    2009 Hertel, O., & Goodsite, M. (2009). Urban air pollution climates throughout the world. Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, 28, 1-22.
    DOI Scopus10
    2008 Steffen, A., Douglas, T., Amyot, M., Ariya, P., Aspmo, K., Berg, T., . . . Temme, C. (2008). A synthesis of atmospheric mercury depletion event chemistry in the atmosphere and snow. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 8(6), 1445-1482.
    DOI Scopus284 WoS274
    2008 Bennike, O., Goodsite, M., & Heinemeier, J. (2008). Palaeoecology of Holocene peat deposits from Nordvestø, north-west Greenland. Journal of Paleolimnology, 40(1), 557-565.
    DOI Scopus8 WoS8
    2007 Skov, H., Sørensen, B., Landis, M., Johnson, M., Sacco, P., Goodsite, M., . . . Christiansen, K. (2007). Performance of a new diffusive sampler for Hg<sup>0</sup> determination in the troposphere. Environmental Chemistry, 4(2), 75-80.
    DOI Scopus18 WoS18
    2007 Simpson, W., Von Glasow, R., Riedel, K., Anderson, P., Ariya, P., Bottenheim, J., . . . Wolff, E. (2007). Halogens and their role in polar boundary-layer ozone depletion. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 7(16), 4375-4418.
    DOI Scopus382 WoS364
    2006 Brooks, S., Saiz-Lopez, A., Skov, H., Lindberg, S., Plane, J., & Goodsite, M. (2006). The mass balance of mercury in the springtime arctic environment. Geophysical Research Letters, 33(13), 4 pages.
    DOI Scopus78 WoS80
    2006 Skov, H., Brooks, S., Goodsite, M., Lindberg, S., Meyers, T., Landis, M., . . . Christensen, J. (2006). Fluxes of reactive gaseous mercury measured with a newly developed method using relaxed eddy accumulation. Atmospheric Environment, 40(28), 5452-5463.
    DOI Scopus55 WoS52
    2006 Hylander, L., & Goodsite, M. (2006). Environmental costs of mercury pollution. Science of the Total Environment, 368(1), 352-370.
    DOI Scopus167 WoS150 Europe PMC46
    2005 Shotyk, W., Goodsite, M., Roos-Barraclough, F., Givelet, N., Le Roux, G., Weiss, D., . . . Lohse, C. (2005). Accumulation rates and predominant atmospheric sources of natural and anthropogenic Hg and Pb on the Faroe Islands. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(1), 1-17.
    DOI Scopus93 WoS93
    2005 Bindler, R., Cortizas, A., Blaauw, M., Shotyk, W., Givelet, N., Cheburkin, A., . . . Roos-Barraclough, F. (2005). Comment on "Atmospheric mercury accumulation rates between 5900 and 800 calibrated years BP in the high arctic of Canada recorded by peat hummocks" (multiple letters). Environmental Science and Technology, 39(3), 908-912.
    DOI Scopus3 WoS4 Europe PMC1
    2005 Shotyk, W., Givelet, N., Cheburkin, A., Goodsite, M., & Roos-Barraclough, F. (2005). Response to comment on "Atmospheric mercury accumulation rates between 5900 and 800 calibrated years BP in the High Arctic of Canada recorded by peat hummocks". ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 39(3), 910-912.
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    2004 Nørnberg, T., Goodsite, M., & Shotyk, W. (2004). An improved motorized corer and sample processing system for frozen peat. Arctic, 57(3), 242-246.
    DOI Scopus10 WoS9
    2004 Ferrari, C., Dommergue, A., Boutron, C., Skov, H., Goodsite, M., & Jensen, B. (2004). Nighttime production of elemental gaseous mercury in interstitial air of snow at Station Nord, Greenland. Atmospheric Environment, 38(17), 2727-2735.
    DOI Scopus44 WoS44
    2004 Givelet, N., Roos-Barraclough, F., Goodsite, M., Cheburkin, A., & Shotyk, W. (2004). Atmospheric mercury accumulation between 5900 and 800 calibrated years BP in the high arctic of Canada recorded by Peat Hummocks. Environmental Science and Technology, 38(19), 4964-4972.
    DOI Scopus33 WoS32 Europe PMC4
    2004 Skov, H., Christensen, J., Goodsite, M., Heidam, N., Jensen, B., Wåhlin, P., & Geernaert, G. (2004). Fate of Elemental Mercury in the Arctic during Atmospheric Mercury Depletion Episodes and the Load of Atmospheric Mercury to the Arctic. Environmental Science and Technology, 38(8), 2373-2382.
    DOI Scopus141 WoS133 Europe PMC19
    2004 Goodsite, M., Plane, J., & Skov, H. (2004). A Theoretical Study of the Oxidation of Hg<sup>0</sup> to HgBr<inf>2</inf> in the Troposphere. Environmental Science and Technology, 38(6), 1772-1776.
    DOI Scopus195 WoS196 Europe PMC30
    2003 Shotyk, W., Goodsite, M., Roos-Barraclough, F., Frei, R., Heinemeier, J., Asmund, G., . . . Hansen, T. (2003). Anthropogenic contributions to atmospheric Hg, Pb and As accumulation recorded by peat cores from southern Greenland and Denmark dated using the <sup>14</sup>C "bomb pulse curve". Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 67(21), 3991-4011.
    DOI Scopus144 WoS139
    2002 Goodsite, M., Rom, W., Heinemeier, J., Lange, T., Ooi, S., Appleby, P., . . . Hansen, T. (2002). Erratum: High-resolution AMS <sup>14</sup>C dating of post-bomb peat archives of atmospheric pollutants (Radiocarbon (2001) 43:2B (495-515)). Radiocarbon, 44(1), 396.
    2002 Lindberg, S., Brooks, S., Lin, C., Scott, K., Landis, M., Stevens, R., . . . Richter, A. (2002). Dynamic oxidation of gaseous mercury in the arctic troposphere at polar sunrise. Environmental Science and Technology, 36(6), 1245-1256.
    DOI Scopus441 WoS402 Europe PMC73
    2002 Goodsite, M., Rom, W., Heinemeier, J., Lange, T., Ooi, S., Appleby, P., . . . Hansen, T. (2002). High-resolution AMS C-14 dating of post-bomb peat archives of atmospheric pollutants (vol 43, pg 495, 2001). RADIOCARBON, 44(1), 396.
    2002 Roos-Barraclough, F., Givelet, N., Martinez-Cortizas, A., Goodsite, M., Biester, H., & Shotyk, W. (2002). An analytical protocol for the determination of total mercury concentrations in solid peat samples. Science of the Total Environment, 292(1-2), 129-139.
    DOI Scopus65 WoS62 Europe PMC14
    2001 Goodsite, M., Rom, W., Heinemeier, J., Lange, T., Ooi, S., Appleby, P., . . . Hansen, T. (2001). High-resolution AMS <sup>14</sup>C dating of post-bomb peat archives of atmospheric pollutants. Radiocarbon, 43(2 PART II), 495-515.
    DOI Scopus68
  • Books

    Year Citation
    2008 Johnson, M., & Goodsite, M. (2008). Chapter 1 Applications of Theoretical Methods to Atmospheric Science (Vol. 55). J. Sabin, & E. Brandas (Eds.), ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC.
    DOI Scopus1 WoS2
    2008 Ariya, P., Skov, H., Grage, M., & Goodsite, M. (2008). Chapter 4 Gaseous Elemental Mercury in the Ambient Atmosphere: Review of the Application of Theoretical Calculations and Experimental Studies for Determination of Reaction Coefficients and Mechanisms with Halogens and Other Reactants (Vol. 55). J. Sabin, & E. Brandas (Eds.), ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC.
    DOI Scopus27 WoS27
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2017 Ren, J., Xu, D., Cao, H., Wei, S., Dong, L., & Goodsite, M. (2017). Sustainability Decision Support Framework for the Prioritization of Hydrogen Energy Systems. In A. Scipioni, A. Manzardo, & J. Ren (Eds.), Hydrogen Economy: Supply Chain, Life Cycle Analysis and Energy Transition for Sustainability (pp. 225-276). London; United Kingdom: Academic Press.
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    2016 Cassotta, S., Hossain, K., Ren, J., & Goodsite, M. (2016). Climate Change and Human Security in a Regulatory Multilevel and Multidisciplinary Dimension: The Case of the Arctic Environmental Ocean. In W. L. Filho, H. Musa, G. Cavan, P. O'Hare, & J. Seixas (Eds.), Climate Change Adaptation, Resilience and Hazards (pp. 71-91). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
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    2009 Hynes, A., Donohoue, D., Goodsite, M., & Hedgecock, I. (2009). Our current understanding of major chemical and physical processes affecting mercury dynamics in the atmosphere and at the air-water/terrestrial interfaces. In Mercury Fate and Transport in the Global Atmosphere: Emissions, Measurements and Models (pp. 427-457).
    DOI Scopus77
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2017 Connelly, E., Akanji, J., Goodsite, M., Kodack, M., Mikkelsen, K., Stoughton, K., & Lambert, J. (2017). Advances in the net-zero paradigm and resilience of net-zero strategic plans for water systems. In M. Goodsite, S. Juhola, E. Hubbard, & M. Moldrup (Eds.), Green Defense Technology: Triple Net Zero Energy, Water and Waste Models and Applications (pp. 171-218). Netherlands: Springer.
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    2004 Givele, N., Le Roux, G., Cheburkin, A., Chen, B., Frank, J., Goodsite, M., . . . Shotyk, W. (2004). Suggested protocol for collecting, handling and preparing peat cores and peat samples for physical, chemical, mineralogical and isotopic analyses. In Journal of Environmental Monitoring Vol. 6 (pp. 481-492). Edinburgh, SCOTLAND: ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY.
    DOI Scopus105 WoS97 Europe PMC20
    2003 Givelet, N., Roos-Barraclough, F., Goodsite, M., & Shotyk, W. (2003). A 6,000-years record of atmospheric mercury accumulation in the high Arctic from peat deposits on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canada. In Journal De Physique. IV : JP Vol. 107 (pp. 545-548). GRENOBLE, FRANCE: E D P SCIENCES.
    DOI Scopus4 WoS4
    2001 Goodsite, M., Rom, W., Heinemeier, J., Lange, T., Ooi, S., Appleby, P., . . . Hansen, T. (2001). High-resolution AMS C-14 dating of post-bomb peat archives of atmospheric pollutants. In RADIOCARBON Vol. 43 (pp. 495-515). JERUSALEM, ISRAEL: UNIV ARIZONA DEPT GEOSCIENCES.
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    2001 Lindberg, S., Brooks, S., Lin, J., Scott, K., Goodsite, M., Tilden, M., . . . Stevens, R. (2001). Dynamic oxidation of mercury in the arctic troposphere: Mercury speciation in air, deposition, and accumulation in snow from the Barrow, Alaska arctic mercury study.. In ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Vol. 222 (pp. U429). AMER CHEMICAL SOC.
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Founding Director of The Nordic Centre of Excellence (NCoE) NORD-STAR - Nordic Strategic Adaptation Research http://www.toppforskningsinitiativet.org/en/programmer-1/program-1/prosjekter/ncoe-nord-star-nordic-strategic-adaptation-research-en

Guest lectures Environmental Sustainability to first year, second year and third year students and co-supervises an Honours project. Supervised former PhD student (Ms. Devika Kannan) https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Yn1cOCUAAAAJ&hl=en at the University of Southern Denmark - who is already achieved recognition as a highly cited researcher. 

  • Position: Director IMER & IEP Energy Mining & Resources
  • Phone: 83134320
  • Email: michael.goodsite@adelaide.edu.au
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Engineering South, floor 1
  • Room: S136
  • Org Unit: Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources

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