Using substance flow modelling to investigate emission time trends

March 27, 2018

Li’s paper exploring when a chemical’s emission profile shows two peaks rather than one was published in ES&T today.

Another paper from Abha’s thesis published

March 16, 2018

Today, ESPI published a paper on our study investigating herbicide behaviour in Mimico and Little Rouge Creek.

David meets Ontario Premier

February 21, 2018

Two days before defending his thesis, David had an opportunity to discuss his research with Kathleen Wynne, the Premier of Ontario.

Congratulations, David!

February 18, 2018

David successfully defended his PhD thesis ( “A Passive Air Sampler for Precise, Spatially Distributed Atmospheric Gaseous Mercury Monitoring and Source Characterization”) on February 15. Dr. J. Sonke from Geosciences Environnement Toulouse was the external examiner.

Abha’s paper on UV-stabilizing benzotriazoles in urban creeks published

February 11, 2018

Today, our study on the behaviour of particle-bound BT-UVs during rainfall and snowmelt has been published in ES&T.

Sivani successfully completes M.Sc.

February 8, 2018

In January Sivani completed her Master’s thesis on the “model-based exploration of the variability in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) BAFs caused by physiology and trophic relationships”

Passive air sampler has been tested at 20 sites around the world

February 8, 2018

The paper on the global calibration and evaluation of our passive air sampler for gaseous mercury is now open for discussion in Atmos. Chem. Phys. Disc.

Start to 2018

January 29, 2018

The research group got together for a dinner in Chinatown.

Chen’s paper on role of kinetics vs. equilibrium partitioning in SOA formation published

December 12, 2017

A paper on a study Chen conducted while visiting the UFZ in Leipzig was published in ESPI today.

Flow-Through Sampler Proves Its Mettle in Antarctica

November 10, 2017

The flow-throgh sampler developed by Hang Xiao during his PhD was used for monitoring POPs at Australia’s Casey Station for several years, recording what probably amounts to the lowest atmospheric POPs concentrations ever reported. See Susan’s paper in ES&T.