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Honours Presentations

Environmental Studies and Sciences students will be presenting the results of their honours theses:

Ariel Lisogorsky
An evaluation of lime amendment as a phosphorus release mitigation measure in flooded neutral soils
Supervisor: Dr. Darshani Kumaragamage

Emily Kroft
Bubbling from beneath: An exploration of greenhouse gas ebullition in wetlands near urban areas
Supervisor: Dr. Nora Casson

Sean Goldstone
Environmental justice in India: A study on environmental approvals and the efficacy of green courts in safeguarding marginalized people's wellbeing and the environment
Supervisor: Dr. Alan Diduck

Dominique Levin
Impacts of winter weather whiplash events on socio-ecological and human systems as portrayed by the media

Supervisor: Dr. Nora Casson

Miranda Hamilton
Institutional analysis of the Portage Community Pasture as a common property resource

Supervisor: Dr. Ryan Bullock


Date: Friday, March 22, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 3:00 pm
Venue: Room 5L24 Lockhart Hall

Pizza lunch.