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Aquatic Nutrient Dynamics in Windsor-Essex

**Stay tuned for details about some of our latest work in the Windsor-Essex Region, researching how nutrients pass through our ecosystems, their source/sink characteristics, and how they interact with particulate matter**

Remediation of AMD with mussel shell bioreactors

Acid mine drainage (AMD) occurs when uneconomical waste rock containing iron sulphides are exposed to the atmosphere, water, and microorganisms. This acidic water, if left untreated can damage ecosystems as it is acidic and contains high concentrations of dissolved metals and sulphate. A novel…

Microbial mineral dissolution impacting metal mobilization

Great Lakes recreational water security

Novel detoxification treatment for oil sands tailings: validating reclamation strategies

The Athabasca Oil Sands of Northern Alberta, Canada is one of the largest bitumen reserves in the world, producing millions of barrels of oil per day. Given proximity of the surface, open-pit mining is a primary method of extracting bitumen from the ground, producing…