Mrs Lauren Selby


Mrs Lauren Selby

Experimental Geochemist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3496

E-mail Mrs Lauren Selby

Biography

  •  2014 – ongoing : Experimental Geochemist at BGS
  •  2012 –2014 : Fluid Processes Research Scientist at BGS
  •  2006 –2009 : BSc (Hons) Forensic Science, Nottingham Trent University

Team awards

  •  2012 : Environment YES Winners 2012

Research interests

  •  2013 – ongoing : Forensic Geology
  •  2012 – ongoing : Carbon Capture and Storage
  •  2012 – ongoing : Radioactive waste
  •  2004 – ongoing : Forensic Science

Certificates

  •  2014 – ongoing : Driving 4x4 vehicles
  •  2013 : Internal auditor
  •  2012 –2015 : British Red Cross - First Aid at Work & Defibrillator
  •  2012 – ongoing : Swagelok Tube Fitting Installation

Current projects and collaboration

  •  2013 –2014 : BIGRAD, CO2CARE, Fluid Processes Research, UltimateCO2, CRIUS, Unconventional Gas Team, ECO2, OPERA, Business Assurance, Facilities coordinator, Radioactive Waste
  •  2012 –2013 : BIGRAD, CO2CARE, Fluid Processes Research, FORGE, ULTimateCO2, RATE, CRIUS

Published outputs

Key papers

Mineralogical alteration of a clay soil by lime waste leachate at Harper Hill, Derbyshire – An analogue for alkali-clay interaction in a geological disposal facility. D Parkes, A E Milodowski, J C Rushton, G Purser, D Wagner, L Selby, R P Shaw

The mineralogical evolution of the alkaline disturbed zone of a cementitious repository, and its impact on transport properties. A.E Milodowski1, K Bateman1, L.P Field1, S Shaw2, L. Selby1, K J Dobson3, L Coutois3

An experimental study of the rock-water interaction of an evolving hyperalkaline leachate plume from a cementitious repository for low- and intermediate level radioactive waste. A.E.MILODOWSKI, K BATEMAN, L.P. FIELD AND L. SELBY. Goldschmidt 2014 Conference

An experimental study of the rock-water interaction of an evolving hyperalkaline leachate plume from a cementitious repository for low- and intermediate level radioactive waste. E.MILODOWSKI1, K BATEMAN1, L.P. FIELD1 AND L. SELBY1 IGD-TP, Manchester, 24-26 June 2014

Mineralogical Alterations of a clay soil by Hyperalkaline Lime Waste at Harpur Hill, Derbyshire - and analouge for alkali-clay in a gelogical disposal facility. D. Parkes, A.E. Milodowski, J.C. Rushton, D. Wanger, G. Purser, L.Selby, R.P. Shaw.IGD-TP, Manchester, 24-26 June 2014

The mineralogical evolution of the alkali disturbed zone of a repository and its impact on transport properties. A.E. Milodowski1, K. Bateman1, L.P.Field1, S. Shaw2, L. Selby1, K.J. Dobson3 and L. Courtois3. IGD-TP, Manchester, 24-26 June 2014

BATEMAN, K. C.A. ROCHELLE, G. PURSER, L. SELBY, D. WAGNER, S. KEMP. 2013. Geochemical interactions between CO2 and minerals within the Utsira Formation. British Geological Survey Confidential Report, CR/13/140. 34pp.

G. Purser, C.A. Rochelle, and L. Jones. 2013. In-situ pH and carbon dioxide solubility in NaCl fluids. Goldschmidt 2013 conference abstracts, p 2005, Mineralogical Magazine DOI:10.1180/minmag.2013.077.5.16. Goldschmidt conference 25-30 August 2013, Florence, Italy.

K BATEMAN, L SELBY, D.PARKES, S. KEMP, AND A.E. MILODOWSKI. 2013. Geochemical interactions between CO2 with impurities: Caprock and borehole materials. British Geological Survey Confidential Report, CR/13/141. 88pp.

L. Field, A.E. Milodowski, K. Bateman, L. Jones, G. Purser, E.B.A. Moyce, C.A. Rochelle and S. Shaw. 2013. Petrology of column experiments on the interaction of young cement leachate with silicate host rock in a geological disposal facility.. Goldschmidt 2013 conference abstracts, p 1082, Mineralogical Magazine DOI:10.1180/minmag.2013.077.5.6. Goldschmidt conference 25-30 August 2013, Florence, Italy.

See also
  • Outreach NERC - Science Uncovered Natural History Museum - London