Celebrating our Undergraduate Honour Students

Research Day – Friday April 8th, 2016

Congratulations to the Science Honours Students in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies on the high-quality research projects you have undertaken in your fourth-year Honours Research courses. Today students are showcasing their work through poster viewing and discussion of their research at Fenn Lounge, Carleton University.

Matthew Brown

ANALYZING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN INVASIVE ZEBRA MUSSEL (DEEISSENA POLYMORPHA) POPULATIONS AND MACROPHYTE BIOVOLUME IN LAKES OF EASTERN ONTARIO Matthew Brown (Honours Student) and Jesse Vermaire (Professor). Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Department of Environmental Science.

Lexxi Clement

A GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF A BELIZE SPELEOTHEM: A 500 YEAR RECORD OF ATMOSPHERE POLLUTION Lexxi Clement (Honours Student), Joyce Lundberg (Professor). Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Taylor McWade

EYELINER SLUMPS: DISTRIBUTION AND GEOMORPHOLOGY IN THE LAC DE GRAS REGION, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, CANADA Taylor McWade (Honours Student) and Stephan Gruber (Professor). Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Emma Riley

THE BARREN LANDS: THE INFLUENCE OF ROCK TYPE ON THE NATURE OF ROCK BARRENS IN THE OTTAWA AREA Emma Riley (Honours Student) and Joyce Lundberg. Department of Integrated Science, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Elise Belle Rose

CONCENTRATIONS OF ARSENIC, COPPER, MERCURY, AND ZINC IN FISH MUSCLE AND LIVER TISSUE FROM YELLOWKNIFE BAY, NT Elise Belle Rose (Honours Student). Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

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