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Congratulations to Emily Prystupa on her M.Sc defence! Emily our favourite dissolved organic carbon researcher successfully defended her M.Sc virtually with her committee on June 30th. Her thesis research is titled Salinity Effects on Dissolved Organic Carbon Concentration and Quality in a Constructed Fen Peatland, Fort McMurray, AB. Emily completed her degree a full 2 months ahead of schedule, a credit to her supreme organizational skills!

Jon gave the final day plenary talk at the 2017 Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) and Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (CSAFM) Joint Annual meeting at University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Colombia in May with his presentation titled 'Breaking Bad: Wetlands in need of a fix'.

Both Matt and Behrad successfully defended their PhD comprehensive exams this December. Matt defended his answer to his comprehensive question: Conceptualizing peatland-landscape connectivity in the semi-arid, low-relief, and heterogeneous Western Boreal Plain.

While Behrad defensed his comprehensive answer to the question: Evaluating the validity and practicality of the theoretical concepts governing the behavior of free-phase and dissolved-phase hydrocarbons in shallow groundwater systems consisted of peat.