Patricia A Nadeau



Michigan Technological University, Ph.D. (2011) – Geology

Simon Fraser University, M.Sc. (2006) – Earth Sciences

McGill University, B.Sc. Hons. (2004) – Earth Sciences



Research Geologist, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (2018-present) – volcanic gas emissions from Hawaiian volcanoes

Visiting Assistant Professor, Ohio University (2017-2018) – igneous/metamorphic petrology teaching

Temporary Assistant Professor, Salem State University (2016-2017) – igneous/metamorphic petrology teaching

Research and Education Fellow, American Museum of Natural History (2012-2016) – petrology and volatile content of a Pleistocene rhyolite from Augustine Volcano; experimental petrology/field geology teaching

Research Assistant, Michigan Technological University (2007-2011) – eruption dynamics from SO2 cameras and seismicity at Fuego and Kilauea Volcanoes

Teaching Assistant/Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University (2004-2006) – SO2 emissions and their environmental effects at Masaya Volcano

Hydrologic Technician, USGS New York Water Science Center (2004) – water quality