Limnoseminar

Inspired by successful web-based seminar series such as @Microseminar (https://microseminar.wordpress.com) and @Phyloseminar (http://phyloseminar.org/about.html), the SCL will be hosting a series of monthly online live broadcasts to share research in the field of Limnology. Please do not hesitate to visit Microseminar and Phyloseminar pages for more info and access to great scientific content! The format is open and accessible to all and freely available via google+ hangouts and archived on YouTube. Content is welcome in both french and english. The series is organized/hosted by Alexandre Poulain () and SCL(@Can_Limnology). We are encouraging all early career scientists (students, postdocs and early career faculty members) to share their latest research.

Please contact us via tweet or DM @LimnoSeminar, @Can_Limnology, or comms@socanlimnol.ca if you are interested in doing a seminar!

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Jennifer Barrow was live on October 17, 2017. Jennifer is a MSc student at McGill University in Montreal. More info about her academic career and research interests can be found here.

Here is Jennifer's intro

Jennifer Barrow seminar September 19, 2017

 

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Catherine Girard was live on September 19, 2017. Catherine is a PhD student at Univeristé de Montréal. More info about her academic career and research interests can be found here.

Here is Catherine's intro

Catherine Girard seminar September 19, 2017

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Gwyneth MacMillan was live on 14 February 2017. Gwyneth is a PhD student at Univeristé de Montréal. More info about her academic career and research interests can be found here.

Gwyneth MacMillan seminar on February 14, 2017

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Dr. Andrea Kirkwood was live on 7 December 2016. Andrea is an Associate Professor at UOIT. More info about her academic career and research interests can be found here.

Andrea Kirkwood Seminar on December 7, 2016

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Dr. Katrine Turgeon from McGill University was online on 16 November 2016. Katrine is a postdoctoral fellow in the Biology department. More info about her academic career and research interests can be found here.

Katrine Turgeon Seminar on November 16, 2016

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Our first speaker was Matt Bogard from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Matt was the 2016 recipient of the Rob Peters Awards. This award recognizes the best aquatic sciences paper published in the preceding year by a Canadian student or a student working in Canada. More info can be found . His talk will focus on oxic water column methanogenesis and will air on March 30th, 2016 at 11AM EST.

Matt Bogard Seminar on March 30, 2016: