November 3, 2023: Atzin, Isla, and Meiling visit the Harvard Forest LTER
October 2-5, 2023: Erico and Salwa present their research findings at the Canadian Ecotoxicology Workshop in Ottawa.
October 3, 2023: Meiling's study on dynamics of soil organic matter in varying agroecosystems is accepted for publication in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.
September 14, 2023: Congratulations Isla for passing the oral comprehensive exam!!
August 2, 2023: Congratulations to Isla and Gloria - recipients of the QEII and OGS scholarships respectively. Amazing!
July 28, 2023: Phoebe's study on heat and salinity impacts on bentonite organic matter is published in Applied Geochemistry.
July 5, 2023: Lisa's study on Daphnia exposure to industrial effluents is published in Environmental Research.
June 2023: Double doctor! Lisa and Phoebe successfully complete the PhD program. Congratulations to Dr. Labine and Dr. Tong.
May 8-11 2023: Group members attend the annual Environmental Chemistry Colloquium at UofT.
May 1, 2023: The group welcomes three undergraduate researchers for the first time since the summer of 2019! Welcome Aarushi, Andrei and Zeinab!
February 16, 2023: Erico's study on phthalate pollutant impacts to Daphnia magna metabolism is accepted for publication in Aquatic Toxicology.
December 22, 2022: Phoebe's work on MX-80 bentonite organic matter stability with radiation and heat exposure is accepted for publication in Applied Clay Science.
December 11-16, 2022: Atzin, Meiling, Phoebe, Isla, and Myrna attend the Fall AGU meeting.
November 13-17, 2022: Erico and Lisa present their research findings at the North America SETAC meeting.
November 4, 2022: Lisa's study on the impacts of PFAS with different chain lengths and functionality on Daphnia magna is accepted for publication in Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry.
September 28, 2022: Laura and collaborators publish the first molecular-level synthesis about soil carbon in litter manipulated forests in Global Change Biology.
September 6, 2022: The group welcomes new graduate students Gloria Gao and James Neurauter!
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