Carleton University is featuring 10 Faculty members, leaders and doctoral students among the many women at Carleton who are changing the world through innovation teaching, groundbreaking research and vital community outreach.
The study presents results of a survey of 90 lakes in subarctic Canada variously contaminated by arsenic (As) as a result of legacy gold-mining, and statistically demonstrate the sensitivity and tolerance limits of Arcellinida, an important group of shelled protozoa, to various As concentrations.
Graduate student, Arjan Mann and Undergraduate student Emily McDaniel have co-authored a paper on a new species, the Carbonodraco lundi. This is a small, lizard-like predator that lived in ancient swamps
Tom Dudgeon, a recent graduate from the Earth Science Master's program at Carleton University, received the Senate medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement-Graduate, at this November's 2019 convocation ceremonies.
Indigenous community partners are an important part of research in the Northwest Territories. The Patterson Lab uses many environmental proxies when examining core records to help understand how climate variability impacts regional lake ecosystems.
Tim Patterson is working on refining technologies that will help determine environmental baseline conditions, with the dual goal of helping partners in the mining sector meet environmental regulations.
Carleton University's Department of Earth Sciences, Hillary Maddin, is looking for evidence of that first proto-reptile in the fossilized tree stumps slowly eroding out of the cliffs that line Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy coast.