Konferenz: From Caribou to Climate Change – Environmental Issues Facing Newfoundland and Labrador

« From Caribou to Climate Change – Environmental Issues Facing Newfoundland and Labrador » de l’Honorable Perry Trimper au Naturmusée 28 juin 2016 à 12 heures Perry Trimper est un scientifique de l’environnement qui possède 30 ans d'expérience dans le domaine du développement des ressources dans les régions nordiques. Il a travaillé à divers projets au Labrador et ailleurs au Canada, ainsi qu'à l'étranger, notamment en Russie, en Ukraine et au Turkménistan. Avant de se présenter aux élections en tant que candidat du Parti libéral, M. Trimper avait été scientifique principal chez Stantec Consulting Limited. Au cours de sa brillante carrière, il a notamment géré des entreprises de partenariats

Arctic Science am Sportslycée

Prof. Pienitz visited today students at Sportslycée. They discussed diatom research in the Canadian Arctic and did a series of hands on experiences in their lab. The following picture of a diatom was taken by a student during their lab experience with Prof. Pienitz: Professor in the Department of Geography, Université Laval (Québec City, Canada), Dr. Reinhard Pienitz leads the Aquatic Paleoecology Laboratory at Centre d’Études Nordiques (CEN). He supervises and co-supervises the research of graduate students and post-doctoral researchers in the fields of paleolimnology and paleoceanography, in both the Departments of geography and biology. The paleolimnologic research in his laboratory focu

Konferenz: From ancient climates and human prehistory to modern-day lake pollution:  a glance at the

From ancient climates and human prehistory to modern-day lake pollution: a glance at the universal applicability of diatoms! Prof. Reinhard Pienitz 09. Juin 2016 Au Naturmusée Diatoms are microscopic algae that live in tiny "glass houses", transparent cell walls with elaborate patterns of perforations that are known for their exceptional beauty which even inspired world architecture! They form the basis of major food chains and are largely responsible for the functioning and maintenance of the biogeochemical cycling of materials and energy at the planetary scale. Diatoms are excellent indicators of climatic and environmental changes which, with respect to their universality, are unsurpassed

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