Analysis of pollen and charcoal from lake sediments in Northwestern Ontario to track the long-term Holocene climate.
A paleolimnological examination of sedimentary cladoceran assemblages and their relationship to multiple anthropogenic stressors in Algonquin Provincial Park.
Utilizing paleolimnological techniques to assess the impact of changes in avian biovectors on freshwater ecosystems. Website
Analysis of biological indicators (diatoms, chrysophytes, and chlorophyll-a) to examine the possible impacts of mink farm effluents on rural Nova Scotia lakes.
Investigating how local and regional stressors influence algal community structure in the St. Lawrence River.
Assessing long-term data trends to understand multiple stressors on lakes that can cause algal blooms.
Research on changes in aquatic ecology and its controlling factors based on the analyses of diatoms and cladoceran assemblages over the past millennium year from lake Mang Co, Southeastern Tibetan Plateau.
Cladocera and Diatom assemblages to assess the impact of road salt on lakes in Central Ontario.
Reconstruction of Northeastern Ontario's Holocene climate and fire regimes using charcoal and other proxies.
Assessing ecological impacts of long-term mercury and heavy metal exposure on chironomids in the St. Lawrence River at Cornwall, ON.