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Journal publications

Special issue introduction: Compaction processes - Porosity, permeability and rock properties evolution in sedimentary basins.
Aagaard, P. and Jahren, J
Mar. Petrol. Geol. 27 (8), pages 1681-1683.
Hvordan påvirker CO2 sandsteinens geofysiske egenskaper?
Aker E.
Submitted to GEO.
Role of effective permeability distribution in estimating overpressure using basin modelling.
Bjørlykke, K., Jahren, J., Aagaard, P. and Fisher, Q.
Mar. Petrol. Geol. 27 (8), pages 1684-1691.
The effect of aqueous sulphate on basaltic glass dissolution rates.
Flaathen T.K.,Gislason S.R, Oelkers E.H
Chemical Geology, 277, pages 345-354.
Why is dawsonite absent in CO2 charged reservoirs?
Hellevang, H., Declercq, J., Aagaard, P.
Accepted for publication in Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue de l'IFP

The dissolution rates of dawsonite at pH 0.9 to 6.3 and temperatures of 22, 60 and 77°C.
Hellevang, H., Declercq, J., Kvamme, B., Aagaard, P.
Applied Geochemistry 25 (10), pages 1575-1586.

Spatiotemporal variations of CO2 in the North Sea.
Omar, Abdirahman; Olsen, Are; Johannessen, Truls; Hoppema, M.; Thomas, H.; Borges, AV.
Ocean Science 2010 (6) pages 77-89.
On the potential of CO2-water-rock interactions for CO2 storage: A modified kinetics model.
Pham V.T.H., Lu P., Aagaard P., Zhu C., Hellevang H.
Accepted for publication in International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control.
Chemical evolution of the Mt. Hekla, Iceland, groundwaters: A natural analogue for CO2 sequestration in basaltic rocks.
Sveinbjörnsdóttir,Á. E. 2009.
Applied Geochemistry 24, pages 463-474




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