Category Archives: Undergraduate research

DGES Undergrad Winter Field Camp

Eleven students in GEOG3010 spent a busy February reading week at Providence Point lodge near Lanark, ON studying snow and river ice conditions as part of the physical geography winter field camp. Each day, people arose at 8 am for … Continue reading

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Undergrad alumni profile – Louise Lyman

I am proud to call Carleton my alma mater.  Studying a combined honours degree in Geography and History, my home within a home at Carleton quickly became the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. My studies as a geography student … Continue reading

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Severe weather incidents inspired this year’s GEOG undergrad poster winner

Leah Ronayne, who recently graduated with an honours BA in Geography, was this year’s winner of the best poster for the Geography Honours Workshop (GEOG 4904) course.  A combination of a paper that she wrote in 3rd year about the influence … Continue reading

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DGES undergrad takes part in permafrost drilling campaign in Norway

Permafrost Drilling in Adventdalen, Svalbard by Graham Gilbert, BSc, Geography In early April, I had the opportunity to participate in a drilling campaign with the EU 7 framework PAGE21 research project in Adventdalen, Svalbard.  PAGE21, short for Changing Permafrost in … Continue reading

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