- Room 402, Fitzroy, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA
Ms Camille Dusseaux
Teaching and Support Assistant
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (NC) (Faculty of Science & Engineering (NC))
PhD Student in Structural Geology
I really enjoy teaching structural and metamorphic geology, as well as geological mapping and cross-sections, during the practicals, but better in the field!
Demonstrating: 120h of practicals and 40h of fieldwork teaching per year.
- Stage 1
GEOL1004 Palaeontology and Stratigraphy (4h)
GEOL1003 Geosystems (4h+2h)
- Stage 2
GEOL2002 Structures, Magmas and Volcanoes (22h in 2016 + 12h in 2017)
GEOL2003 Geospatial techniques (20h in 2016 + 34h in 2017)
GEOL2004 Stratigraphy and Earth History (2h)
- Stage 3
GEOL3003 Geophysics (2h)
Independent mapping projects, South of France (Montagne noire) (5 days per year)
CRES Research Conference 2016 - Showcasing Earth Sciences at Plymouth University (November 2016)
Goldschmidt International Conference 2017
2016 - Fieldtrip guide for the fieldtrip "Geopark stories" in the English Riviera UNESCO global Geopark
7th Internationnal Conference on UNESCO Global Geoparks
Grants & contracts
2017- Awarded £200 to attend the Goldschmidt conference by Plymouth Doctoral Training Centre for Earth and Environmental Sciences.