Our team

Graduate Students

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Wessam Neweshy, PhD candidate

Fate of phosphorus in lakes undergoing lanthanum-based geoengineering treatments.

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Audrey Laberge-Carignan, PhD candidate

Selenium and vanadium mobility along redox gradients in arctic aquatic environments. Co-direction with Dominic Larivière (Chemistry) and John Molson (Geology).

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Thomas Bossé-Demers, PhD student

Dynamics and geochemical signatures of sediment-bound rare earth elements in the Mackenzie delta region.

 

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Kimia Motevalli, PhD student

Modelling oxygen and dissolved organic carbon dynamics in lakes using a scenario-independent approach.

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Marianne Côté, MSc student

Modeling fish oxythermal and optical habitats in boreal lakes.

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Allyson Dalpé, MSc student

Elemental sulfur cycling in northern lakes.

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Daniel Fillion, MSc student

Gas phase by-products of dissolved organic carbon photolysis. Co-direction with Dr. Florent Dominé (Takuvik).

Research assistants

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Marie Demers

Laboratory and field assistant, 2020 and 2021

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Audrey Gaudy

Laboratory and field assistant, 2021

Past members - Graduate and undergraduate students

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Émilie Leclerc, MSc (2018-2020)

Arsenic mobility in sub-artic lake sediments impacted by mining activities.

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Julien Bellavance

Scientific programmer, 2019

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Marie Rheault-Leclair

Laboratory and field assistant, 2019

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Catherine Gagnon

Laboratory and field assistant, 2020

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Sarah-Michèle Cormier

Laboratory and field assistant, 2019

Past members - Visiting researchers

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Rachel Pilla

Visiting PhD, March-May 2019 (Global Change Limnology Group, Miami University) @rmpilla

 

Dr. Kateri Salk

Visiting PDF, June 2018 (Environmental Geochemistry Group, University of Waterloo) @KateriSalk 

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Nicolas Messina

Visiting MSc, October 2018 (Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maine)

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Dr. Igor Markelov

Visiting PhD, 2015-2019 (Ecohydrology Group, University of Waterloo)