Introduction: I am a PhD student in the department and studies under the supervision of Dr. John Clague. I am researching the Tertiary drainage history of southern and central British Columbia (more below). My research interests include geomorphology, tectonics, quaternary geology and natural hazards. I have been a Teaching Assistant for EASC 403 Quaternary Geology, EASC 101 Physical Geology, and GEOG 253 Aerial Photograph Interpretation.
Education and Background: I have a B.Sc. in geology and M.Sc. in physical geography, both from University of British Columbia. For three years I worked as a geoscientist and terrain analyst for a geological engineering company where I completed many natural hazard and terrain studies in British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon. I am a Professional Geoscientist registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC).
Current Research: I am researching the Tertiary drainage history of southern and central British Columbia using high resolution shaded relief maps and published geological information to identify pre-glacial valleys and landforms.
- M.Sc., Physical Geography 1996 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
- B.Sc.(Hons.), Geology 1994 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC