The Training Ground: what it takes to become a world-renowned volcanologist

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Global News published this video item, entitled “The Training Ground: what it takes to become a world-renowned volcanologist” – below is their description.

In the latest episode of The Training Ground, Global News Weekend’s Mike Arsenault speaks to Canadian volcanologist Catherine Hickson about what it takes to excel in her profession.

“Success is about helping people in communities facing a hazard. So helping them understand what that hazard is that they’re are faced with and how they can prepare and mitigate those hazards,” Hickson says about measuring success in her field.

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