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
Conference registration is now open. Early bird registration is available until April 1st, 2019 and abstracts in the form of poster or oral presentations will be accepted until March 15th, 2019.
Join the Ecohydrology Research Group on Friday, December 6th for an Ecohydrology Research Symposium in celebration of the years of impactful research conducted by Dr. Philippe Van Cappellen, his students and colleagues, past and present.
Dr. Ian Clark
Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Ottawa
Environmental isotopes in aquitard research: Are we finding solutions for nuclear waste isolation?
Join us for a cocktail reception!
Shuai Yang will be presenting their MSc defense on the "Reconstruction of Local and Global Marine Paleoredox Conditions During Deposition of the Devonian-Mississippian Exshaw Formation (Black Shale Member) and Evaluation of Hydrocarbon maturation Effects."
Rhys Gwynne will be presenting their MSc Defence on the "Integration of Geochemical and Isotopic Analyses of Fracture Minerals and Fluids Assessing the Deep Geological Stability at Chalk River Laboratories Chalk River, Canada".
Katia Jellicoe will be presenting her MSc Defence on the "Structural Controls and Deformation history of the Orogenic Island Gold Deposit, Michipicoten Greenstone Belt, Ontario".
The traditional university science curriculum was designed to train specialists in specific disciplines. However, in universities all over the world, science students are going into increasingly diverse careers and the current model does not fit their needs. Advances in technology also make certain modes of learning obsolete.
The Office of Research is hosting a workshop to help faculty learn how to navigate the broad research landscape, and develop a dynamic research strategy. A variety of topics will be covered such as: grant writing, research ethics, funding strategies, and intellectual property.
UN-Water's World Water Day tackles the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many are being left behind. On this day, the Water Institute will join thousands from around the world in solidarity as we support and amplify World Water Day events and initiatives.
WATROX and ESGA invite you to an Earth and Environmental Sciences student prof night. Come to the Grad House to meet your profs and have some complimentary snacks.
Clays, Faults and Orogeny
Dr. Ben van der Pluijm
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan
Newly-formed, illitic clays are common in foreland fold-thrust belts, and the ages of fault-zone mineralization allow first-order constraints on the timing of regional deformation, fault weakening and fluid pathways. We briefly discuss our method of authigenic clay characterization and analysis, and focus on Ar-encapsulation dating.
Interaction of Phosphate and Silicate with Iron Oxides in Freshwater Environments
GAC Howard Street Robinson Medal Lecture: The Precambrian Secrets of Yukon
Department of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University
Most geologists in Canada regard the Canadian Cordillera as a Phanerozoic orogen consisting of fold belts and accreted terranes rich in precious and base metal deposits, and flanked by the modern Cascadia subduction zone. To the surprise of many, the orogen also preserves a rich Precambrian history that spans over a quarter of Earth history.
A Field Study of Even Based, Seasonally Effected Depression Focused Recharge in Glaciated Terrain
Join the Earth Sceicne Graduate Association (ESGA) for a fun afternoon of curling and costumes at Westmount Golf & Curling Club. All levels of players are welcome. Equipment and orientation will be provided.
Networking is a key skill that gives students the opportunity to connect with professionals in their fields of interest.
CSEG DISTINGUISHED LECTURE TOUR: An Unconventional View of Geoscience
Dr. David Gray
Sr. Geophysical Advisor, Global Exploration, Nexen
Shale oil and gas production and “fracking” are with us to stay. We geoscientists need to understand how we can contribute to the “shale revolution.”
This full-day event offered by GRADventure, the Library, the Writing and Communication Centre and other campus partners will offer graduate students and postdoctoral fellows an overview of the world of academic publishing.
Calling all Science graduate students. Attend the GSA Science Town Hall to share your opinions and concerns regarding graduate advisors/supervisors, TA experience, tuition and student services.
A Structural and Stratigraphic study in Liuyuan Area, southern Beishan Orogenic Collage, Northwest China
Visit us on Wednesday, March 13th for some March Break dinosaur fun beginning at 1:00 P.M. The program is free and all ages are welcome!
Faculty members, Research staff, Safety Office staff, Research Ethics staff, and Information Systems & Technology staff involved in research using biological, chemical, radiological, or nuclear materials or technology are invited to join Public Safety Canada (PSC) for the Safeguarding science workshop.
In this workshop for Science students, you will learn how to showcase your assets for high-impact results. Through analyzing job postings, you will gain the skills to build effective bullet points that help you stand out to employers – and get that interview!
Tulu Kapi Gold Deposit, Western Ethiopian Shield: Structural Framework, U-Pb Zircon Geochronology and Paragenesis