Our recent paper in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts on the transport of perfluoroalkyl acids to the Arctic has been named as a “HOT article” of 2017! See the list of hot articles here.
Some of the group travelled to Toronto last week for the 100th CSC conference. Cora presented Rob’s ultra-high resolution mass spectral analysis of biomass burning aerosol and Heidi’s analysis of deposition of perfluorocarboxylic acids to the Canadian Arctic. Trevor also presented work from the group: Bryan’s nitric acid measurements from the NL-BELT and Rob and […]
Work from the group looking at perfluoroalkyl substances from a snow pit on Devon Island has been published in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts. This unique sample set allows us to better understand the long-range transport and temporal trends of deposition to the Canadian High Arctic. The paper is featured in the Emerging Investigator Series […]
Heidi competed in the 3 minute thesis competition in the Faculty of Science last week. She did a great job of explaining her research to a general audience. She was awarded second prize for her presentation! Congratulations!
Earlier this week, Cora travelled to MIT in Boston. She presented the group’s work on long-range transport of contaminants, focusing on John and Heidi’s collaborative work with Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Heidi gave a fantastic presentation about her research last night at the annual Chemistry Colloquium Contest. Her presentation won second place. Great job!
Cora was in Vancouver last week to attend the Northern Contaminants Program Results Workshop and the ArcticNET Annual Scientific Meeting. She presented John and Heidi’s work on long-range transport of perfluoroalkyl acids.