Tag Archive: emergency management

Mount Sinabung

NEW! Research Geologist, Dr. Jessica Ball @Tuff_Cookie: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Dr. Jessica Ball CURRENT TITLE: Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Volcanology, science communication EDUCATION: BSc (4 years), PhD (5 years), Policy Fellow (1 year), Postdoc (3 years) WEBSITE: http://blogs.agu.org/magmacumlaude TWITTER: @Tuff_Cookie What’s your job like? My job is…
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hazard and risk management

Hazard & Risk Management, Sally Potter @SallyHPotter: A Day in the GeoLife Series

NAME: Sally Potter CURRENT TITLE:  Hazard and Risk Management Researcher AREA OF EXPERTISE: I have worked for a Regional Council as a hydro-technician and emergency manager; as a consultant on natural hazard management projects; as a PhD student researching volcanology…
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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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Richard Woods, Emergency Management

Manager, Emergency Mgmt, Richard Woods @RichardWoodsNZ: A Day in the GeoLife series

NAME:  Richard Woods CURRENT TITLE:  Manager Planning and Intelligence, Civil Defence & Emergency Management, Auckland Council, New Zealand AREA OF EXPERTISE:  Physical geography specialising in geomorphology, emergency management and risk assessment. YEARS EXPERIENCE:  7 years university and 7 years hazards…
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