Earth science, but she is definitely open to learning new things.
Caleen loves to hike and explore new places, especially with her dog, an Alaskan Malamute. Having a malamute companion has been an important part of her life for over 30 years. She also took a minor in history and has found it is hard to stay away from taking this perspective on subjects. As soon as a subject has a historical slant it immediately becomes interesting (even when the subject itself may not be too engrossing to start with).
Transferred to University of Alberta to do Geology.
It was cold, but I survived.
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Modern marine sediments, heavy mineralogy and sediment geochemistry in northern Juan de Fuca Strait.
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Caleen has written an essay "The Inn at the Ford: the Riverside Hotel 1858 to 1927". This article focuses on the history of the site of the famous Riverside Hotel in Reno, NV. The writing form is conversational. The first three paragraphs are included below.
For Caleen, project proposals have been a regular start for many types of work, both in the private and public sector. She believes proposals are great vehicles to present what you think can be done and what you would like to do. She has found that sometimes people are really surprised by what their options might be. The excerpt below is the Executive Summary from a project proposal in 2014. The project was awarded to her.