Monthly Archive: August 2015

Historical/Social Volcanology, Jazmin Scarlett @scarlett_jazmin: A Day in the GeoLife

NAME:  Jazmin Scarlett CURRENT TITLE:  PhD Student AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Historical and social volcanology; theoretical disaster management EDUCATION:  BSc (Hons) Geography and Natural Hazards (with professional training) at Coventry University, United Kingdom; MSc Volcanology and Geological Hazards at Lancaster University, United…
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Volcanology, Simon Halliwell @Shalliwell91: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Simon Halliwell CURRENT TITLE: Seeking opportunity CONTACT INFORMATION:  shalliwell9166@gmail.com AREA OF INTEREST:  Volcanology and Geological Hazards EDUCATION: MSc Volcanology and Geological Hazards Graduate, Lancaster University, United Kingdom What’s your interest? As you may have guessed by my degree, I…
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Freelance Science Writer, Scott K. Johnson @SJvatn: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME:  Scott K. Johnson CURRENT TITLE: Freelance science writer AREA OF EXPERTISE: Geology, hydrogeology, environmental studies YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:  4+ I’ve been a freelance science writer for about four years now, but I’ve also taught college introductory geoscience courses and…
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Journal Coordinator, Canadian Science Publishing, Dr. Tanya Samman @T_S_Sci: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Dr. Tanya Samman CURRENT TITLE: Journal Coordinator, Canadian Science Publishing Open AREA OF EXPERTISE: Geoscience/Palaeontology YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: 1+ year in the publishing industry; 4+ years freelance editing; 3 years contract teaching in academia at the end of and…
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NEW VIDEO! Paleontology, Sharks/Whales, Jason Osborne @PaleoExplorer: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Jason Osborne CURRENT TITLE:  President/Co-Founder of Paleo Quest AREA OF EXPERTISE:  I am the president and co-founder of Paleo Quest, a 501c3 non-profit citizen science organization designed to advance the sciences of paleontology and geology through material contributions to…
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