JC010: Mud volcanoes and submarine canyons
Meet...Veerle Huvenne, researcher
Veerle is a marine geologist at NOCS. On board Veerle has a number of jobs:
To become a research scientist Veerle first took a degree in Bio-Engineering/Soil And Water Management, she then went on to do a Masters Degree in Oceanography with the University of Southampton. Later retuning to the University of Ghent in Belgium she gained her PhD in Marine Geology. Now Veerle undertakes various post doctoral research projects and now Veerle carries out her own research as part of the Geology and Geophysics department in the NOCS.
To become a research scientist needs a variety of skills including the:
To work on board the ship Veerle needs other skills, she needs to be:
To work on geographical mapping Veerle needs to have:
Interests and Hobbies.
When she when has the time Veerle really enjoys getting out and climbing mountains. When not climbing mountains she is travelling around Europe visiting family and friends.
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