PhD (Simon Fraser University)
BSc, MSc (University of British Columbia)
Douglas College Faculty Member since 2017.
Selina is a Professional Geoscientist with 25 years experience mapping rocks and landforms on Earth, and as far afield as Mars. She has consulted on numerous mineral exploration and resource development projects throughout the Americas. Selina is active in mineral exploration in British Columbia and serves on the board of Sego Resources Inc. She is the Chair of Women in Engineering and Geoscience, a division of Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia. She has authored online technical courses, scholarly papers, maps, and articles on various aspects of earth science. She mentors junior geologists and students interested in science.
Recent Citations for Selina Tribe
- Eocene paleo-physiography and drainage directions, southern Interior Plateau, British Columbia
- Simulations of cobble structure on a gravel streambed
- Temporal changes in the geographic distribution, elevation, and potential origin of the Martian outflow channels
- The role of aerial photograph interpretation in natural hazard and risk assessment
- Physiography and Tertiary base levels in the southern Interior Plateau and adjacent areas, southwestern British Columbia
- Geomorphic evidence for Tertiary drainage networks in the southern Coast Mountains, British Columbia