MSc (Volcanology), McGill University with course abroad at University of Alaska Fairbanks
BSc (Geology), University of Ottawa exchange semester at the University of Iceland
My research focuses on how we can interpret changes in volcanic gas chemistry to understand volcanic systems. I am particularly interested in carbon dioxide, as this is one of the most common yet sensitive components of volcanic gas. In my PhD, I examine the geochemistry of gases, trees, and minerals in order to forecast magmatic changes at highly dynamic volcanoes. In addition to my research, I am passionate about communicating science with the public, through virtual talks for school groups and in my volunteer work at the Canadian Museum of Nature.