Dept of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Centre for Environmental and Information Technology (EIT)
200 University Ave. W
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
Phone: (519) 888-4567
Microbe-mineral-fluid interactions: Case studies from natural environments, industrial problems and arctic biogeochemical processes
Water Demand Model Forecasting Application
Hydrobiogeophysics: Linking geo-electrical Properties and Biogeochemical Processes in Shallow Subsurface Environments
A Mechanistic Approach to Assessment of the Geochemical Evolution of Low Sulfide Mine-Waste Rock
Thinking of applying to graduate school this year or next? Attend our information session for tips and tricks on how to ace your grad applications. Prof. Shawn Wettig, the Faculty of Science Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, will give the talk.
An Investigation into the Metamorphic History of the Mougooderra Formation, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia
Through interactive exercises and discussions, the Men’s Circle will explore some of the ways in which men can become leaders in creating a safer campus for everyone.
Impact of Geological Conceptualization on the Calibration of Groundwater Models at the Mannheim Wellfield, Kitchener, Ontario
Join us for a cocktail reception!
Register now for the GRADflix training session!
The training session will cover best practices, scripting, technology tools, software options, other resources and communicating for a non-specialist audience. Facilitators assume you have no prior knowledge about creating videos.
Integrated 3D Surface-Subsurface Hydrosystem Modeling Across Scales: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Ed Sudicky, Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo
A reception in STC 1001 Main Commons follows the Lecture. Come meet with alumni and friends!
Visit the University of Waterloo Earth Sciences Museum for our annual Gem and Mineral Show and Science Open House!
A “speed dating” style Mentorship and Networking period for sponsors/potential employers and students to get to know one another and discuss the research further. It is a great opportunity to learn about current research topics and to meet our present graduate student cohort. A light pizza lunch will be provided to all participants.
The 2018 Farvolden Lecture featuring Dr. Ed Sudicky follows at 1:30 pm.
The Future of Water: Innovation, Resource Recovery, and the Blue Economy
Mark van Loosdrecht, 2018 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate, Professor, Biotechnology, TU Delft, The Netherlands
*Note: this lecture is part of the Water Institute's Water Research Conference.
Join the Water Institute on Wednesday, September 24 for a full day of interdisciplinary dialogue around water research at the University of Waterloo.
Biological redox transformation of insoluble Fe-bearing minerals in soil and sedimentary environments
Dr. Eric Roden, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tracing Redox Cycles During Microbe-Clay Interactions Using Stable Iron Isotopes
Watershed Ecosystem Services: Linking Economic Valuation and Ecohydrology
Quantitative Modeling of Nitrogen Cycling Along the River Continuum: Stream Bed Sediments, Reservoirs and Isotopes
Coupling Reactive Transport and Travel Time Modeling at the Watershed Scale
Anniet Laverman, Université de Rennes
Deformation History of the Black Bay Fault, Northwest Territories
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences invites you to attend presentations from EARTH 436B, featuring undergraduate theses and fourth year projects.
All talks are 15 minutes with 5 minutes for discussion.
Modelling River Basins as Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Ximing Cai, Lovell Endowed Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Water Security is emerging as a primary sustainability challenge across the globe in the 21st century. It is a determinant for security in various societal and environmental aspects including food, energy, economy, environment and public health, and thus has a complex, political momentum that goes far beyond the traditional water sector.
The 1st International Conference on Water Security, organized by Elsevier and co-chaired by Philippe Van Cappellen of the University of Waterloo and Upmanu Lall of Columbia University, will welcome academics, thinkers and practitioners from around the world to present, discuss and highlight key issues and directions for change from scientific and policy perspectives.