Geophysicist: Kathleen Dorey

Education: HBSc. Geophysics, Western University, OntarioPast positions: Area Manager/Senior Geophysicist at BG International (2008-2010), President/Chief Geophysicist at Sheehan Energy Inc. (1998-2007), Senior Geophysicist at Ulster Petroleum Ltd. (1993-1997)Current Position: Managing Partner/Chief Geophysicist at Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd.As a managing partner of Petrel Robertson Consulting in Calgary, Canada, I lead teams of geoscience professionals consulting to industry, government, and financial institutions in more than 40 countries worldwide. I work all aspects of oil and gas geoscience, from reservoir analysis, through to property evaluations…

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Why we need more than science

This week, Dispatches from the Field is excited to feature a guest post from Dr. Laura Coristine.  In her post, Laura shares a bit about her early passion for working with one of the most charismatic megafauna out there: wolves.  To learn more about Laura, check out her bio at the end of the post. My passion for science started with wolves. As an 11 year old I read every book on the topic that…

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Marching on After the March for Science

By: Joelle Thorpe, Ph.D., Mitacs Canadian Science Policy Fellow The views expressed herein are those of Dr. Thorpe and are not necessarily shared by any organizations with which she is affiliated. This past Earth Day (April 22), thousands of scientists and science supporters gathered in over 600 cities around the world to stand up for the use of science in policymaking. Inspired by the Women’s March in January, and spurred on by perceived threats to…

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Thank you for making this summer amazing.

Thank you for making this summer amazing and for being apart of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s Kingston Kingston and Wolfe Island Culture Festival. We had a blast and hope that you did too!Here are some of our favourite festival moments: Stay up to date with Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s work in Kingston and on Wolfe Island and be a part of making our Lake Ontario swimmable, drinkable, fishable.

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Thank you for making this summer amazing.

Thank you for making this summer amazing and for being apart of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s Kingston Kingston and Wolfe Island Culture Festival. We had a blast and hope that you did too!Here are some of our favourite festival moments: Stay up to date with Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s work in Kingston and on Wolfe Island and be a part of making our Lake Ontario swimmable, drinkable, fishable.

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