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Dave Gauthier Dave Gauthier, PhD, PGeo
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering
Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6, Canada
Office: Miller Hall - Bruce Wing office 547
Telephone:
1 (613) 533-3241
Email: d.gauthier@queensu.ca

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • rockfall hazards to transportation corridors
  • rock slope monitoring and assessment
  • emerging multi-hazard monitoring and assessment tools
  • large landslides in sensitive clay
  • snow avalanche mechanics and impacts

Long range LiDAR scanning of the White Canyon, Thompson River BC, to measure flux of material on the slope due to rock fall and debris flows

Rock slope adjacent to a railway in northern Ontario, showing field mapping activities. Note the rock slide and fall detector wires, which provide warning to trains that a hazardous rock slide or rock fall has occurred

Short-range LiDAR scanning of a railway slope in northern Ontario, during a study which compared LiDAR and photogrammetric models of the slope, and changes due to rock falls or manual scaling

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