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Charlotte Rasmussen

Laboratory Manager

Committees, Department of Geoscience

2021-? Sustainability committee

2008-?: IT committee (chair from 2019)

2006-?: Local health and safety committee (chair 2015-2018 and again from 2020)

Various appointment and assessment committees.

Misc. activities

2021-2022: Appointet member of the faculty work assessment committee (Faculty of Natural Sciences, Aarhus University)

2021-2024: Appointed member of the faculty health and safety committee, FAMU (Faculty of Natural Sciences, Aarhus University).

2020-?: Head of safety (Institute for Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet).

2019-2021: Member, work assessment committee of the department (Institut for Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet).

2012-2019: Laboratory and workshop committee.

2019-?: Editor of Facebook page Aarhus Geoscience, Aarhus University (https://www.facebook.com/GeoAarhus), Work environment section at the Department of Geoscience (https://geo.medarbejdere.au.dk/en/work-environment/) and the Laboratory section at the Department of Geoscience (http://geo.au.dk/en/research/faciliteter/laboratories/).

2018-2021: Appointed member of the faculty health and safety committee, FAMU (Science and Technology, Aarhus University).

2018-2021: Appointed member of the faculty work assessment committee (Science and Technology, Aarhus Universitet).

2017-?: Volunteer Dansk Geologisk Forening (DGF), Aarhus.

2014-2017: Head of safety (Institut for Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet).

2012-2015: Appointed member of the faculty health and safety committee, FAMU (Science and Technology, Aarhus University).

2009-2012: Chair, work assessment committee of the department (Institut for Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet).

1998-2000: Bachelor in geoscience, 65 ECTS (Institute for Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet).

Analysis responsabilities

Qicpic: Particle size distribution and particle shape parameters

Sedimentation (Stokes Law) for determination of fine clay, or clay separation for X-ray diffraction (<0,002mm)

Clay and bulk mineralogy by X-ray diffraction

Sieving <16mm

Laserdiffraction (particle size distribution <2mm)

Fine gravel petrology by use of stereomicroscope (2-4mm)