Molecular-level studies of soil organic matter responses to environmental change
By Prof. Myrna J. Simpson, Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences and the Environmental NMR Centre, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Soil organic matter (SOM) is critical to ecosystem function and sustainability. Variation in the earth’s climate has raised concerns about the stability of SOM stocks in various regions around the world.
The Ecohydrology Research Group, Geosyntec Consultants, and University Lille 1 with support from the French-Canada Research Fund are organizing a joint workshop on Environmental Electrokinetics: Advances in soil and water treatment.
Reconstructing past oxygen dynamics in boreal lakes in response to long-term changes in climate, ice phenology and DOC inputs
By Dr. Raoul-Marie Couture, Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Section for Catchment Processes & University of Waterloo, Ecohydrology Group.
Developing trustworthy hydrologic models
By Dr. James Craig, P.Eng., Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Waterloo
The Ecohydrology Research Group will be participating again this year in EIT 1009 with "hydro-logical" hands-on experiments and activities for children of all ages.
See the Science event page for complete Open House event details.
Registration starts at 8:45; first talk by Philippe Van Cappellen at 9:30am. See description and full program on the main event website.
Eutrophication in Coote’s Paradise: Mechanisms and temporal dynamics of internal P loading
Chris Parsons, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, David O'Connell and Philippe Van Cappellen
Quantifying Food Web Changes in Lake Huron
By Dr. Douglas Haffner, Canada Research Chair Great Lakes Environmental Health, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor
Submarine groundwater discharge versus river fluxes as nutrient supply for tropical marine ecosystems
By Dr. Nils Moosdorf, Institute for Geology, University of Hamburg
The Future of Wastewater Treatment in Kitchener: Improvements to the Treatment Process for a Healthier Grand River
By Kimberley Thomas, MASc, PEng
Project Engineer, Water
Reactions, Pathways, and Transport in Anaerobic U(IV)-Oxide Dissolution Studies
By Dr. Peggy O'Day, Professor in the School of Natural Sciences at the University of California, Merced
Optimizing Capillary Trapping as a Carbon Dioxide Mitigation Strategy: Pore-Scale Findings in Support of Larger-Scale Implementation
By Dr. Dorthe Wildenschild, Associate Professor in Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University.
Please note that this seminar has been cancelled. We will reschedule soon and post the new date and time here.
Soil organic matter responses to environmental change: A molecular-level approach
By Professor Myrna Simpson
Watershed Model Building
By Dr. Bryan A. Tolson, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Waterloo