Today an article on the source of pollution on Canada’s species at risk is published online in the FACETS journal. Diane Orihel is one of the publication’s authors and also wrote an accompanying popular article in The Conversation. Both articles are available online to read now!
QE3 students enjoyed talking to the public about our research at the Queen’s University Biological Station Open House.
At this event, the Queen’s University Biological Station welcomes local residents, cottagers, and families to learn more about research conducted at the field station. If you missed this year’s Open House, look out for next years’ event, posted in the QUBS events list.
“Why we spilled oil for science” by Diane Orihel was published in Canadian Geographic today. Click the image of the site page (below) to read the full article.
Diane Orihel and colleague Chelsea Rochman (University of Toronto) wrote an opinion piece on single-use plastics that was published in the Conversation and National Post last week.
Plastics continue to be found across the planet (even in remote locations). To ameliorate this, governments are introducing legislation to limit the use of single-use plastics. Notably, we can reduce our contributions by reusing mugs, bottles, and containers; bringing our own shopping bags; and not using disposable dishes and cutlery for meals. Read the full article at the Conversation.