Started September 2018

Nicole Bell, M.A.Sc. candidate

Proposed research: Establishing Baseline Hydrologic Conditions in Nova Scotia Wetlands
Supervised by Dr. Jamieson
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie Univeristy


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David Foster, PhD student

Proposed research: Predicting Changes in Watershed Dissolved Organic Carbon Production and Transportation Due to Forest Management and Climate Change
Co-supervised by Dr. Jamieson and Dr. Peter Duicker
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie Univeristy
School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University


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Mike Hamilton, M.A.Sc. candidate

Proposed research: Analysis of High Resolution Site Characterization techniques by use of Risk-based assessment
Supervised by Dr. Lake
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


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Caitlin McCAvour, M.Sc. candidate

Proposed research: The effects of dolomitic limestone aerial application on forest soil and tree nutritional status in mature forest stands in Nova Scotia
Supervised by Dr. Sterling
Department of Earth Sciences, Dalhousie University


Heather McGuire, M.A.Sc. candidate

Proposed research: Understanding lake recovery processes within source water lakes in Atlantic Canada
Supervised by Dr. Gagnon
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


Aidan Van Heyst, M.A.Sc. candidate

Proposed research: Assessment of the historical phosphorus sources in ten lakes in Yarmouth and Digby counties.
Co-supervised by Dr. Jamieson and Dr. Kurylyk
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


Started January 2019

Tessa Bermarija, M.A.Sc. Candidate

Proposed research: Evaluating the link between development levels and chloride concentrations within the HRM.
Supervised by Dr. Jamieson
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


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Baillie Holmes, M.A.Sc. Candidate

Proposed research: Using multi-proxy paleolimnological assessment to determine climate and catchment changes driving eutrophication and algal blooms in northern Nova Scotia.
Supervised by Dr. Jamieson
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


Jason Karisallen, M.A.Sc. Candidate

Proposed research: Understanding drivers and patterns of estuarine water temperatures and aquatic habitat in present and future climates.
Co-supervised by Dr. Jamieson and Dr. Kurylyk
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


Elise Marsman, M.A.Sc. Candidate

Proposed Research: Treatment of industrial stormwater runoff with waste slag.
Supervised by Dr. Walsh
Department of Civil and Resource Engineering, Dalhousie University


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