GeoscienceINFO provides reliable information about the geology of Ontario, and the processes that formed this beautiful province. Our aim is to bring these geological stories to your fingertips in an accessible and fun way. Use GeoscienceINFO as a guide in the field, or bring the outdoors into your class or home by visiting a virtual field trip.
What we do
Dr. Gregory (Greg) Finn, P.Geo.
Dr. Gregory (Greg) Finn, PhD, P.Geo., FGC Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President, Academic at Brock University from September 2007 to June 2018 after which he will return to his role as an Associate Professor of Earth Sciences. He joined Brock in 1985 as a lecturer in Geological Sciences. Read More
Kristin Hanson, P.Geo.
Kristin Hanson, M.Sc., P.Geo, FGC is a Hydrogeologist with 25 years of experience in the environmental consulting business, where she has developed technical expertise in contaminated site assessment and remediation. Read More
Dr. Nancy E. McInerney-Lacombe
Nancy completed the Doctor of Management Program (DM) at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Oh, 2010; an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, UWO, London, On, 1980; and a BA (Hons.) Sociology, Loyola College (now Concordia University), Montreal, Que., (1974). Read More
Andrea Waldie, P.Geo.
Andrea is a current consultant to the geoscience industry, consulting on matters of professional geoscience, and acts as a project manager and governance advisor. She holds a B.Sc. in Earth Science, is a registered P.Geo. and a Fellow of Geoscientists Canada.
Director, Marketing and Communications
Bernard is a communications & marketing specialist with expertise in web and social media development. Having worked at the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario since 2008, he has explicit knowledge of the geoscience industry. He holds a Bachelor in Communications from York University.
Deana is the project coordinator of GeoscienceINFO.com. She has Bachelor degrees in Geology and Biology, an M.Sc. in Geology, and a Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Western Ontario.
To provide interesting, exciting, and accurate information to the public about the wonders of geoscience and the fascinating work performed by professional geoscientists.
Provide scientifically accurate information and resource links, to the best of our ability.
Provide relevant and interesting information to the public.
Employ cutting-edge technology wherever possible and appropriate.
Actively engage our website visitors.