PEARL Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Laboratory

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Queen's University

PEARL Meetings

Everyone is Welcome

With the new departmental seminars being run this year, PEARL is shifting towards biweekly lab meetings (in lieu of weekly limnology seminars). These meetings will be a combination of journal discussions, updates from PEARL alumni, occasional informal talks, and other structured discussions relevant to paleolimnology and aquatic ecology.

If you wish to be on the email list for these meetings, please contact Isaac Armstrong

Meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 12:30 over Zoom. Here is the link to the meetings in 2021/2022:

Seminars of previous years can be accessed through this link.

2021-2022 Schedule

DATE

NAME

AFFILIATION

TITLE/TOPIC

Sep. 15 2021John SmolPEARL Co-directorPEARL Orientation
Sep. 29 2021PEARL Alumni TBALife after PEARL
Oct. 6 2021
Oct. 13 2021
Oct. 20 2021
Oct. 27 2021
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2020-2021
Sep. 2 2020Cale GushulakPh.D. candidate, PEARL, Queen's Department of BiologyChanges in climate and catchment processes over the middle and late Holocene in the boreal region of northeastern Ontario, Canada
Sep. 9 2020Dr. John SmolCo-Director, Professor, PEARL, Queen's Department of BiologyPEARL orientation
Sep. 23 2020Allen TianPh.D. student, Wang Lab, Queen's Department of BiologyTBA
Sep. 30 2020Hebah MejbelPh.D. candidate, Ottawa University Biology DepartmentMicrobiology and paleolimnology
Oct. 7 2020Branaavan Sivarajah Ph.D. candidate, PEARL, Queen's Department of Biology Arsenic in old lakes: Examining the long-term ecological consequences of gold mining operations, urbanization, and climatic changes on sub-arctic lakes near Yellowknife (Northwest Territories, Canada)
Oct. 14 2020Dr. Brian GinnLimnologist, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation AuthorityMonitoring and managing the environmental health of Lake Simcoe
Oct. 21 2020Sandra Klemet-N'GuessanPh.D. candidate, Trent University Department of BiologyRole that aquatic animals play in the cycling of nutrients in lakes and streams
Oct. 28 2020FALL BREAK
Nov. 4 2020Isabelle FournierPh.D. candidate, Laval University Department of BiologyImpact of roads on aquatic ecosystems
Nov. 11 2020Dr. Brendan WiltseWater Quality Director at the Adirondack Watershed InstituteTBA
Nov. 18 2020Dr. Josh KurekAssociate Professor Env. Science, Mount Allison UniversityLegacy of DDT in headwater lakes
Nov. 25 2020Dr. Huaxia YaoHydrology and Meteorology Research Scientist, Ministry of Environment, Conservation and ParksChloride additions to Muskoka
Dec. 2 2020Bernard YangPh.D. candidate, University of TorontoWinter Limnology
Dec. 9 2020Dr. Clare NelliganPostdoctoral Researcher at Ryerson UniversityTBA
Dec. 16 2020WINTER BREAK
Dec. 23 2020WINTER BREAK
Dec. 30 2020WINTER BREAK
Jan. 6 2021Elizabeth (Liz) FavotPh.D. candidate, Queen's UniversityTBA
Jan. 13 2021TBA
Jan. 20 2021Dr. Madeline MageeMonitoring Coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesImpacts of climate change on fish habitat and possible engineered and management solutions
Jan. 27 2021Dr. Steve CookeProfessor, Department of Biology, Carleton UniversityTBA
Feb. 10 2021Carmen PereiraPh.D. candidate, Queen's UniversityTBA
Feb. 17 2021Maria Inmaculada Alvarez-ManzanedaUniversity of Granada, Department of EcologyTBA
Mar. 3 2021Dr. Dan LarkinAssociate Professor & Extension Specialist, Dept. of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology & Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research CenterTBA
Mar. 17 2021Camille MosleyPh.D. student, Notre Dame UniversityRecreational fisheries dynamics
Mar. 24 2021Haley MacLeodPh.D candidate, Lakehead UniversityPredictors and drivers of freshwater fish productivity
Mar. 31 2021Scott CockerPhD Candidate, University of AlbertaTBA
Apr. 7 2021Katrina FurlanettoGeneral Manager, Cataraqui Region Conservation AuthorityTBA
Apr. 14 2021Allison HrycikPhD Candidate, University of VermontTBA

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