Harquail School of Earth Sciences
Science, Engineering and Architecture
I am a sedimentologist and geomorphologist with expertise on early Earth's rivers and remote sensing of modern and ancient sedimentary basins. My research is mostly field-based, with study areas located in the Canadian Arctic, the Great Basin of western US, and the North American Cordillera. My research also involves geophysical modelling aimed at resolving watershed biogeochemistry and surface processes of early Earth and Mars.
2014-2015: Research Fellow, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa (ON, Canada) / Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, Iqaluit (NU, Canada).
2012-2013: Visiting Graduate Student, Department of Earth Science, Dalhousie University, Halifax, (NS, Canada).
2009-2013: Ph. D., Earth Sciences Department, University of Siena, Italy.
2006-2009: M. Sc. cum laude, Centre for Geotechnologies / Earth Sciences Department, University of Siena, Italy.
2004-2006: B. Sc. cum laude, Centre for Geotechnologies, University of Siena, Italy.
Assistant Professor of Sedimentology at the Harquail School of Earth Sciences
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Topics: Sedimentary geology; Remote sensing; Precambrian rivers; Fluvial geomorphology.
Areas of study: Arctic Canada; Great Basin; North American Cordillera.
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GEOL 3217 - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
GEOL 4226 - Pleistocene and Glacial Geology
GEOL 5216 - Advaced Sedimentology
GEOL 5336 - Sedimentary Geology in the Field
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