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Earth & Environmental Sciences

Dalton McGuintyFormer Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty will speak on “Climate Change: Can We Win This? Be Honest,” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Former premier to address challenges of climate change fight

Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty will speak on “Climate Change: Can We Win This? Be Honest,” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Ground-penetrating radar screenGround-penetrating radar used to locate graves and buried buildings is one of the instruments featured at Thursday’s event.

Public event to dig into local history

The next event in the Science on Tap series offers the public a chance to hear from professors participating in the WEDigHistory project.

Joan RoseJoan Rose will deliver her free public lecture “Exploring the Water Virome and Biohealth of the Planet” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Global biohealth subject of lecture

Joan Rose will deliver her free public lecture “Exploring the Water Virome and Biohealth of the Planet” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

beach with red warning flagDean of science Chris Houser will discuss the dangers of rip currents in four public lectures in the Maritimes this week.

Dean headed east to discuss science of rip currents

Dean of science Chris Houser will discuss the dangers of rip currents in four public lectures in the Maritimes this week.

Current carries news of aquatic collaboration

A collaborative research project at the University of Windsor is starting to make waves.

The Council of the Great Lakes Region featured the Real-time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network (RAEON) in its semi-annual magazine The Current.

RAEON is led by University of Windsor professor and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Changing Great Lakes Ecosystems Aaron Fisk.