Sean Selzer

Sean Selzer


I am currently using short-lived radio-isotopes and stable-isotopes along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge to investigate near-field hydrothermal plume dynamics as well as hydrothermal impacts on oceanic TEI distributions.

I am funded by the NERC/UKRI via the DTP in Environmental Research.

I am currently participating in the Mongol Rally 2019 in aid of the Bone Cancer Research Trust, you can follow our progress here:

Eccleshare, L., Selzer, S. and Woodward, S. (2017) ‘An efficient synthesis of substituted chrysenes’, Tetrahedron Letters, 58(5). doi: 10.1016/j.tetlet.2016.12.004.