Miss Gemma Purser
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Miss Gemma Purser
Analytical Geochemist – Fluid processes (Hydrates and Hydrothermal Laboratories)
Analytical chemist – project supervisor.
Development of analytical methods for ecotoxicology studies.
Fluid-rock reactions for both experimental and natural systems related to the study of Energy and waste storage including Carbon capture and Storage (CCS), Radioactive waste storage, Gas hydrates.
Analytical Chemistry - Gas chromatography and the development of in-situ methodology for experimental and field based unstable analyte determination
High pressure and temperature experimental system design and construction
Development of Outreach and science communication activities
European Commission FP7 Euratom project: Fate of repository gases (FORGE)
NERC Consortium Grant: Carbon Research into Underground Storage (CRIUS)
MSc Analytical Chemistry – University of Loughborough
Dissertation: Speciation of dissolved inorganic carbon in experimental fluids by spectroscopy.
BSc (Hons) Biology and Chemistry – University of Derby
Dissertation: GC-MS analysis and antimicrobial properties of Thymus serpyllum.
- G. Purser, A. E. Milodowski, D. J. Noy, C. A. Rochelle, J. F. Harrington, A. Butcher,
and D. Wagner. Modification to the flow properties of repository cement as a result of carbonation Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 415:35-46, first published on December 22, 2014, doi:10.1144/SP415.9
- G.Purser, C.A.Rochelle, H.C. Wallis, J. Rosenqvist, A.D. Kilpatrick, B.W.D. Yardley.
CO2 mineral dissolution experiments using a rocking autoclave and a novel titanium reaction cell, accepted for publication Review of scientific instruments, Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 85 (8), August 2014, 85, 086109.
- G.Purser, C.A. Rochelle, J. Rushton, J.M. Pearce, D. Wagner.
An experimental and analogue study of iron release from red sandstones
Energy procedia, Volume 63, 2014, pp. 3268-3274.
- Bateman, K, Purser, G,. 2010. Geological storage of CO2 in the Danish Underground: Evaluation of the Response of the Reservoir and Cap Rocks to CO2 storage. British Geological Survey External Report, CR/10/153. 37pp.
- N. Kampman, M.J. Bickle, A. Maskell, H.J. Chapman, J.P. Evans, G. Purser, Z. Zhou, M.F. Schaller, J.C. Gattacceca, P. Bertier, F. Chen, A.V. Turchyn, N. Assayag, C. Rochelle, C.J. Ballentine, A. Busch.
Drilling and sampling a natural CO2 reservoir: Implications for fluid flow and CO2-fluid–rock reactions during CO2 migration through the overburden, Chemical Geology, Volume 369, March 2014, Pages 51-82