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Pipetting samples into DNA sequencer Evolution
Researchers monitoring wetland area Bioavailability
Processing samples in organics lab Trophic Ecology
Trophic Ecology
Geochemical reactions in small pool seen by green and brown colours Geochemistry
Invasive Golden Star tunicate Invasion Biology
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Student sampling water in wetland area Aquatic Ecology
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Bacterium feeding on arsenic Biogeochemistry

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Dr. John Hartig tells about the societal importance and economic benefits of the cleanup up of Toronto's waterfront

Dr. John Hartig wrote an article in Toronto Waterfront magazine about the benefits of a city's waterfront rehabilitation

University of Windsor researchers discuss how climate change may threaten drinking water for millions of Canadians

Article published by University of Windsor researchers on water quality as it relates to climate change in Great Lakes Basin

GLIER visting scholar Dr. John Hartig publishes his latest installment of Great Lakes Moment-How the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will become a model for other regions to clean up their waterways.

Dr. John Hartig published an article on how the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will be a model for other places to clean up waterways

State of the Strait Reports find permanent archival home at U. Windsor's Leddy Library

State of the State reports will be permanently archived at the Leddy Library's Scholarship@UWindsor.

Nick Falk received GLIER's Lum Clark Award for Research Excellence

Nick Falk, GLIER Ph.D. Student is presented with the Lum Clark Award by Dr. Mike McKay
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