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Mike Cassidy, Research Fellow, Volcanology. Photo copyright: Mike Cassidy.

NEW! Research Fellow, Volcanology Mike Cassidy @MikeVolc: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Mike Cassidy CURRENT TITLE: Humboldt Research Fellow at the University of Mainz, Germany. EXPERTISE: Volcanology, petrology and geochemistry YEARS EXPERIENCE:  ~7.5 years EDUCATION: 3 year Geology BSc at the University of Bristol, 1 year Volcanology and Geological Hazards MSc…
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geophysics

NEW! Astrophysicist, Paleontologist & Geophysicist, John Moffitt @JohnRMoffitt: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  John Moffitt CURRENT TITLE:  Project Manager, Houston Texas.  A former geophysicist, geologist & exploration manager, now designing top drives and other large drilling equipment. AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Astrophysicist, Paleontologist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Exploration Manager, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Project Management…
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nuclear

Scientific Officer, Nuclear Emergency Prep, Catherine Organo @FrenchNucNuc: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Catherine Organo CURRENT TITLE: Scientific Officer in Nuclear Emergency Preparedness, Office of Radiological Protection, Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland AREA OF EXPERTISE: Radiation protection, radiological impact assessment, radiation emergency planning, food chain contamination post deposition, atmospheric dispersion modelling, and post-accident…
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geomatics

Geomatics Specialist, British Antarctic Survey, Louise Ireland @lo_ise: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Louise Ireland CURRENT TITLE:  Geomatics Specialist at British Antarctic Survey AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Collection and analysis of a range of satellite, airborne and terrestrial datasets YEARS EXPERIENCE: 3.5 EDUCATION:  MSc Remote Sensing (University College London, United Kingdom), BSc Geography…
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Hydrology

Catchment Research Assistant, Peter Fitt @Pjfiddy: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Peter Fitt CURRENT TITLE: Catchment Research Assistant / Project Communications Intern, both at the University of East Anglia (United Kingdom) AREA OF EXPERTISE:  I currently work on projects investigating hydrology, water management and agricultural related issues such as diffuse pollution. YEARS…
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palaeontologist

Palaeontologist, Dean Lomax @Palaeo7: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Dean R. Lomax CURRENT TITLE:  Palaeontologist; Honorary Scientist at the University of Manchester (UK); Honorary Research Associate at Doncaster Museum (UK) AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Palaeontology, ichthyosaurs YEARS EXPERIENCE:   8 (unless you count my interest from childhood!) EDUCATION:  I took…
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Hadi El-Shourbagi, Demonstrator of Structural Geology, Minia University

Structural Geologist, Hadi El-Shourbagi @HadiElSh1: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Hadi El-Shourbagi CURRENT TITLE:  Demonstrator at the Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Minia University, Egypt AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Structural Geology, Geotectonics, Geological Applications of Remote Sensing, Field Geology and GIS. YEARS EXPERIENCE:  5 EDUCATION:  I am currently putting the…
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world fellow

Yale World Fellow, Alexander Verbeek @Alex_Verbeek: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Alexander Verbeek CURRENT TITLE: Strategic Policy Adviser Global Issues, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands; Recent Yale World Fellow, Yale University AREA OF EXPERTISE: Strategic policy on climate, water, food, energy and resources; human geography YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: 20+ EDUCATION: MSc,…
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consulting hydrogeologist

Consulting Hydrogeologist @dbruehl shares his career on ‘A Day in the GeoLife’ series

NAME: dbruehl CURRENT TITLE:  Consulting Hydrogeologist AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Geology, hydrogeology, waste site remediation YEARS EXPERIENCE:  40+ EDUCATION:  Bachelor and Master’s Degrees in Geology from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.   Post graduate education from University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. WEBSITE:   http://www.geologicresources.com What’s…
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Myself (centre) and friends Victoria and Ruth on a field trip looking at volcanic processes in Santorini, Greece. Photo credit: Ruth Amey

PhD Student, Igneous Geochemistry, Rebecca Paisley @BeckyPaisley: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Rebecca Paisley CURRENT TITLE: PhD Student AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Igneous Geochemistry, Volcanic Degassing, Isotope Disequilibria YEARS EXPERIENCE:  4 EDUCATION:  PhD Student at McGill University, Canada since September 2014. MEarthSci in Earth Sciences (University of Oxford, United Kingdom). WEBSITE:  https://paisleyabroad.wordpress.com/ What’s your…
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