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Deformation till, north Norfolk, UK

Emmanuelle Arnaud, PhD. 

Associate Professor in Glacial Geology

Associate Director 

School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph

I have been at Guelph since 2002 and am an active member of Morwick G360 Groundwater Research Institute. I am also the OAC Assistant Dean (Graduate Programs), and in that role I am focusing on the development of course-based masters and micro credentials.

I'm a field-based glacial geologist, who has most recently focused on applied aspects related to hydrogeology.  

I have enjoyed teaching a range of courses related to geology and mentoring students with their theses and independent studies.

Education

BA (History and Physical Geography), McMaster University

MSc (Geography), University of British Columbia

PhD (Geology), McMaster University

Research Interests

glacial sedimentology, Quaternary geology, environmental geology, sedimentary environments and paleoclimatology

Teaching

ENVS 2240  Introductory geology

ENVS 3180 Sedimentary environments

ENVS 4360 Glacial environments

ENVS 6720 Geology of groundwater systems

 

Curriculum Vitae

Publications: google scholar profile

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Deformation Till, Norfolk, UK

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