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Duncan Findlay
Works at Applied Realistic Geoscience
Attended University of Aberdeen
Lives in Calgary, AB
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Scientist
Employment
  • Applied Realistic Geoscience
    Head Geoscientist, 2015 - present
  • Grizzly Oil Sands
    Exploration Geologist, 2012 - 2015
  • Imperial Oil
    Geologist, 2009 - 2012
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Calgary, AB
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Inverness, Scotland - Aberdeen, Scotland - St. Catharines, ON, Canada - Hamilton, ON, Canada
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I like rocking on Wednesday nights
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I dont know what to tell you

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Good at guitar, have hiked a glacier and kicked a frozen whale
Education
  • University of Aberdeen
    Geology, 1997 - 2001
    Geology/Petroleum Geology
  • Brock University
    Earth Science, 2002 - 2004
    MSc Earth Science
  • McMaster University
    Geology, 2004 - 2009
    PhD Geology
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Scientific Studies Explain the Best Ways to Talk to Children
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For most adults, talking to kids can be daunting. And not just in the "watch what you say" way but in the "they won't say anything to me" wa

Getting the carbon out of emissions
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Researchers propose a new method to remove carbon from emissions that could be more efficient than previous systems and easier to retrofit i

Home » LibreOffice
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LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and Linux, that gives you six feature-ri

An incredible shrinking material
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They shrink when you heat 'em. Most materials expand when heated, but a few contract. Now engineers have figured out how one of these curiou

Methane may be answer to 56-million-year question: Ocean could have cont...
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The release of massive amounts of carbon from methane hydrate frozen under the seafloor 56 million years ago has been linked to the greatest

Alternate ending: Living on without telomerase
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Scientists have discovered an alternative mechanism for the extension of the telomere repeat sequence by DNA repair enzymes.

City lights could reveal E.T. civilization
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In the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, astronomers have hunted for radio signals and ultra-short laser pulses. Astronomers suggest

Astrobiologists discover 'sweet spots' for the formation of complex orga...
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Scientists have compiled years of research to help locate areas in outer space that have extreme potential for complex organic molecule form

New sources found for accumulated dust on Chinese Loess Plateau
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Fine silt on the Chinese Loess Plateau may actually have come from due west, not the northwest, which would change conventional thinking abo

How to Protest Safely and Legally
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Whether or not you agree with the Occupy Wall Street protest movement, hitting the streets to make your voice heard is a fundamental right i

Wean Yourself of Your GPS Dependency and Actually Find Your Way Around
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I just moved to a new city, and while Android's navigation function has been invaluable to getting me where I need to go, I've realized that

Ancient bronze artifact from East Asia unearthed at Alaska archaeology site
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Archeologists have discovered the first prehistoric bronze artifact made from a cast ever found in Alaska, a small, buckle-like object found

Half-billion-year-old predator tracked: Multi-legged creature ruled the ...
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Researchers in Canada have followed fossilized footprints to a multi-legged predator that ruled the seas of the Cambrian period about half a

How to Have an Uncomfortable Conversation with a Problematic Coworker (W...
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In every organization, at some point, a worker comes along with an intolerable smell, personal space issues, lack of volume control, or one

Sea levels much less stable than earlier believed, new coral dating meth...
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New evidence of sea-level oscillations during a warm period that started about 125,000 years ago raises the possibility of a similar scenari

Separating signal and noise in climate warming
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In order to separate human-caused global warming from the "noise" of purely natural climate fluctuations, temperature records must be at lea

Stop signal discovered for skin cancer
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An extraordinary breakthrough in understanding what stops a common form of skin cancer from developing could make new cancer treatments and

'Saber-toothed squirrel': First known mammalian skull from Late Cretaceo...
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Paleontologists have discovered two skulls from the first known mammal of the early Late Cretaceous period of South America. The fossils bre

Australian technology aims to make storing radioactive waste safer
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Australian researchers have developed new technology capable of removing radioactive material from contaminated water and aiding clean-up ef

Clean Your Records With Glue
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A Reddit user points out this trick used by record store employees that might not be well known to everyone. To clean your old, dirty record