Braden Evans, PhD student in my lab, recently won 1st Place for his poster in "Graduate Student Section 14, Plant-Insect Ecosystems...
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"Contaminant Plume Behaviour in Fractured Sedimentary Rocks"
Most of the fresh water in Canada is...
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Professor Gard Otis, of the School of Environmental Sciences, recently completed a six year international development project in Vietnam, to help alleviate rural poverty by bringing an economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable industry to the country side. SES is pleased to bring you this video show casing Gard's work, and to congratulate Gard for what is, by all accounts, a fantastically successful project!
Gard Otis in Vietnam
Added: 06/24/2012 - 16:43
Woody Biomass - Filling the Fossil Fuel Gap
Added: 03/13/2012 - 11:21
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Paddy McManus, a Masters of Science candidate in the School of
Environmental Sciences, will defend his thesis, "Characterization of a Con...