Eleven students from the Institute of Environmental Science presented their 4th year undergraduate research projects (ENSC 4906) at the Faculty of Science Undergraduate Research Day on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.   All the research is impressive and each student demonstrated professional dedication to their projects over a span of two terms, only 8 months.   Every student should be proud of their accomplishments.

The awards for best research posters are below.

  1. Colleen,  thesis titled, ZINC CONTAMINATION AT THE ABANDONED ORE CHIMNEY MINE: GEOCHEMICAL MODELING OF TRANSPORT AND ATTENUATION MECHANISMS
  2. Hillary, thesis titled, DOES PREY COMMUNITY STRUCTURE INFLUENCE PREDATOR LEARNING AND GENERALIZATION? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NAÏVE PREDATORS SELECTING FOR MÜLLERIAN MIMICRY
  3. Shannon, thesis titled, DO ANGLER EXPERIENCE AND FISHING LURE CHARACTERISTICS INFLUENCE WELFARE OUTCOMES FOR LARGEMOUTH BASS?

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