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MSc Thesis Examination - Dillon Brian Muldoon

Dillon Brian Muldoon will defend his MSc thesis "Enhanced berm habitats increases the abundance of natural enemies of insect pests and pollinators in the Holland Marsh, Ontario" Advisor: Prof. Cynthia Scott-Dupree Co-advisor: Dr. Mary Ruth McDonald Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend, please inquire with our Graduate Program Assistant (ses.gradsec@uoguelph.ca).

MSc Thesis Examination - Blake Skanes

Blake Skanes will defend his MSc thesis "Oxidative Degradation of Pesticides on Fruit by Advanced Oxidative Process and Hazard Assessment of Pesticide Transformation Products" Advisor: Prof. Ryan Prosser Co-advisor: Dr. Keith Warriner Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend, please inquire with our Graduate Program Assistant (ses.gradsec@uoguelph.ca).

MSc Thesis Examination - Brandon Yep

Brandon Yep will defend his MSc thesis "Improving aquaponics for indoor drug-type Cannabis sativa L. cultivation" Advisor: Prof. Youbin Zheng Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend, please inquire with our Graduate Program Assistant (ses.gradsec@uoguelph.ca).    

PhD Thesis Examination - Nur Athiqah Md Yusof

Nur Athiqah Md Yusof will defend her PhD thesis  "Revision of the Eurybatinae" Advisor: Prof. Cynthia Scott-Dupree  Co-advisor: Prof. Steve Marshall Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend, please inquire with our Graduate Program Assistant (ses.gradsec@uoguelph.ca).

SES Seminar - Dr. John H. Hartig

We are happy to welcome Dr. John H. Hartig who will talk about "Great Lakes Revival: How Restoring Polluted Waters Leads to Rebirth of Great Lakes Communities". Dr. Hartig is a Visiting Scholar at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor. Everyone is welcome. Abstract:

ENVS*6900 - Graduate students research seminars - Round 1

Our graduate students have to participate in our graduate seminar (ENVS*6900). For that seminar, students have to prepare a presentation to present their research. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn what our graduate students are working on.  1:30pm – Janelle Giberson Using nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation methods as a proxy to compare recycled and synthetic capping materials for metal remediation in freshwater sediments  1:45pm – Nadia Ingriselli

SES Seminar - Dr. Carl Mitchell

Prof. Carl Mitchell from the Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough will present his talk "Mercury Biogeochemistry in Altered Landscapes". Abstract:

PhD Thesis Examination - Michael-Ben Israel

Michael-Ben Israel will defend his PhD thesis titled "Performance evaluation of microbe and plant-mediated processes in phytoremediation of toluene in fractured bedrock using hybrid poplars". Michael-Ben is supervised by Prof. Kari Dunfield.  

SES Seminar - Dr. James Longstaffe

Our own Dr. James Longstaffe will present this seminar titled "Environmental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: A Powerful Tool for Unique Insights into Contemporary Problems in Environmental Chemistry" Abstract:

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