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Queen's University
 

Zoey Walden

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Educational Background:
University of Alberta - Biochemistry, Queen's - MES

Project Title:  Characterization of antimony species using micro-synchrotron techniques on household dust samples in Ottawa, Canada.

Research Topic/Project description:

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Supervisors/advisors: Heather Jamieson; Dr. P. Rasmussen, Health Canada
Involvement:

Currently Zoey is working as  Junior Researcher with the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) working on the potential costs of various greenhouse gas abatement technologies in the energy industry in order to construct a marginal abatement cost curve.

Update October 2011:

"I'm really excited to announce that my first report on technologies and abatement potential of greenhouse gases in the oil sands has now been released. Currently, I'm now working on trying to learn GIS and the creation of an environmental input-output life cycle analysis model."



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