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Dr. Linda Campbell
Full Professor & Senior Research Fellow in Aquatic Ecosystem Health
Multi-disciplinary approaches to improve our understanding of anthropogenic and natural impacts in the environment, with focus on aquatic ecosystems.
(Past position: Canada Research Chair in Aquatic Ecosystem Health at Queen's University)

Lab collaborators, postdoctoral fellows, Research associates
EmilyChapmanAtWork Dr. Emily Chapman (Research Associate)
Saint Mary's University
Using selenium additives to reduce bioavailability and toxicity of mercury and arsenic in Nova Scotia
WhiteFeather looking through a microscope
WhiteFeather Hunter (Bio-artist-in-residence)
Prospective Futures: The Aurelia Project.
Investigating legacy gold mine contaminants and healing the land.

Website: https://whitefeatherhunter.com/home.html.

Technologists & technicians
Shane working in the labShane Dalton
St. Lawrence College Biotechnology Program, Kingston Ontario
Internship placement (Winter 2018): Mercury, metal & organic carbon protocols, contaminant analyses.

Graduate students

Juan at El Glaciar Perito Moreno Juan Cruz Montaņez
Laboratorio de Analisis por Activacion Neutronica
Centro Atomico Bariloche.
PhD:  Trophodynamics of zinc (Zn ) in the Lake Nahuel Huapi food web before and after the 2011 eruption of the Puyehue-Cord
on Caulle volcanic complex.
Sarah standing next to a winter stream
Sarah Kingsbury
Saint Mary's University
MSc App Sci (2017)
Ecotoxicology & remediation of historical gold mine tailing wastes to invertebrates & plants.
Website: https://sarahberry231.wixsite.com/mysite.

Honours, research & technological students
Britt Hill tree planting
Brittany Hill (BES Honours 2018-19)
Saint Mary's University
BES Environmental Studies
Honours thesis (Fall 2018): "Panning for Gold", an environmental science - art interdisclipinary project.
Emma in middle with two other students posing in waders in a lake.
Emma MacNeil (Summer-Fall 2018)
Saint Mary's University
BSc Environmental Science
Directed studies project (Fall 2018): Use of water striders and spiders as biomonitors of aquatic & terrestrial contaminants at legacy gold mine sites.

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Red Chalk Lake at dawn by E Hatton
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