- 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 and Engineering (NC))
PhD Student in Structural Geology
Demonstrating: 120h of practicals and 40h of fieldwork teaching per year.
- Stage 1
GEOL1004 Palaeontology and Stratigraphy (4h)
GEOL1003 Geosystems (4h)
- Stage 2
GEOL2002 Structures, Magmas and Volcanoes (22h)
GEOL2003 Geospatial techniques (20h)
GEOL2004 Stratigraphy and Earth History (2h)
- Stage 3
GEOL3003 Geophysics (2h)
Independent mapping projects, South of France (Montagne noire) (5 days per year)
2016 - WEBSTER Timothy (BSc volunteer internship - 2 months) - Hydrous silicates stable isotopes in the Southern Armorican Massif.
2016 - COURTNAGE James (MGeol thesis - 5 months) - Fluid-rock interaction and microstructure development of a Variscan detachment shear zone (Argentat Fault, French Massif central)
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.