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Earth & Environmental Sciences

map of Detroit RiverThe State of the Strait conference, on the UWindsor campus today, will discuss ecological endpoints and restoration targets for the Detroit River.

Conference to explore environmental condition of Detroit River corridor

The State of the Strait conference, on the UWindsor campus today, will discuss ecological endpoints and restoration targets for the Detroit River.

Jinding mineDavid Symons, a pioneer in the field of paleomagnetic dating, will discuss the sources the world’s great deposits of zinc, lead and copper ore.

Paleomagnetic dating subject of public lecture

David Symons, a pioneer in the field of paleomagnetic dating, will discuss the sources the world’s great deposits of zinc, lead and copper ore.

Climatologist thrilled with alumni recognition

David Phillips (BA 1967) is more than just a weatherman.

Senior climatologist for Environment Canada and spokesperson for its meteorological service, the best-selling author is the creator of the country’s most-popular calendar and has received two Public Service Merit Awards, honorary doctorates from the University of Waterloo and Nipissing University and the Order of Canada.

More members being sought for 'Movember' team

Phil Graniero is looking for a few mo’ men to join him in his fight against prostate cancer.

A professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dr. Graniero has participated for the last couple of years in Movember. An international effort which calls on men around the planet to grow a moustache throughout the month of November, Movember raise funds for research into a cure for prostate cancer, as well as awareness for men’s mental health issues.