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Details for: Nicole Mae Atienza

I am a graduate student at the University of Toronto pursuing my Master's in Earth Sciences. My research focuses on trace element mobility in framboidal pyrite with the use of the atom probe tomography. I graduated with a B.Sc. with a Specialization in Geology at the University of Alberta and I am also currently a Geoscientist-In-Training under APEGA. Naturally, as a geologist, my hobbies include hiking, camping and any activities that involve nature but I also like to watch videos or movies, and trying out new recipes to cook/ make.
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