Dr. Peace is available for media and science outreach activities related to geology and geophysics.
Previous media work:
Radio Interviews and featured work
Contributed to CBC Sudbury article “Great Lakes water levels are in flux. New research looks at how and if that could cause local earthquakes Social Sharing” published February 21st 2023. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/great-lakes-quakes-climate-change-1.6749491
Live interview on 900CHML (Hamilton) by Scott Thompson. Broadcast February 16th 2023 about Buffalo, NY earthquake.
Work featured on BBC Radio 4’s More or Less: Behind the Stats in segment (10:00-11:53) with Prof. Gillian Foulger “Employment puzzle, pyramids and triplets”. Broadcast 8th of June 2022.
Interview on 900CHML (Hamilton) by Rick Zamperin. Broadcast December 16th 2021.
Interview on 93.3 CFMU by Jason Allen, The Environmental Urbanist. Broadcast Nov. 2nd 2021
Interview on 900CHML (Hamilton) by Scott Radley. Broadcast October 25th 2021.
Interview on CBC Nova Scotia’s Information Morning (Cape Breton) by Steve Sutherland. Broadcast September 9th 2020.
Interview on CBC Nova Scotia’s Information Morning (Halifax) by Portia Clark. Broadcast May 22nd 2020.
Rimando, J & Peace, A. ‘Contrary to popular belief, Eastern Canada is more at risk of earthquakes than perceived’. September 15th 2021, The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/contrary-to-popular-belief-eastern-canada-is-more-at-risk-of-earthquakes-than-perceived-167743
Peace, A. ‘How the Earth’s last supercontinent broke apart to form the world we have today’. May 12th 2020, The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/how-the-earths-last-supercontinent-broke-apart-to-form-the-world-we-have-today-131632