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June 2016 - Alexander Graham Bell Scholarship

Congratulations to Cynthia Soued who is one of this year's recipients of an Alexander Graham Bell Scholarship, given by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)!

This scholarship is awarded to high calibre scholars who are engaged in a doctoral program in natural sciences or engineering.

 

June 2016 - Lindeman Award from ASLO

Congratulations to Erin Hotchkiss who is this year's recipient of the Lindeman Award given by the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography!

This award is granted to a young researcher of 35 years of age or less who published an outstanding peer-reviewed, English-language paper in the aquatic sciences. Her article entitled "High rates of daytime respiration in three streams: Use of δ18OO2 and OO2 to model diel ecosystem metabolism" was published in Limnology and Oceanography in April 2014.

February 2016 - Best Student Publication

Congratulations to Matthew Bogard who is this year's recipient of the "Prix de la recherche", for Best Student Publication, awarded by the Faculty of Science of UQAM!

His article, entitled "Oxic water column methanogenesis as a major component of aquatic CH4 fluxes", was published in Nature communications in October 2014.

July 2015 - Nature and Technology Funds Student Award Winner

Congratulations to Matthew Bogard who was chosen as one of the winners of the Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles contest from the Fonds de recherche du Québec

His article, entitled Oxic water column methanogenesis as a major component of aquatic CH4 fluxes was published in Nature communications in October 2014.

 

January 2015 - CarBBAS Chair starts its second mandate!

We were quite pleased to learn that the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Hydro-Québec have decided to finance the CarBBAS Chair for a second mandate of five years!

This renewal of the Chair will allow us to continue our studies of carbon biogeochemistry in boreal aquatic ecosystems from now to the end of 2019. We plan to visit new regions and to return to regions studied in the first mandate to learn more about natural systems as well as hydro-electric reservoirs.

 

October 2014 - Michel-Jurdant Award from Acfas

Paul del Giorgio is the recipient of the prestigious Michel-Jurdant Award from the "Association francophone pour le savoir", Acfas.

This award is given to a researcher in the environmental sciences whose work contributes not only to the advancement of knowledge in their field, but also to the well-being of society, at national and international levels. Created in honour of the ecologist Michel Jurdant in 1985, Paul del Giorgio is the 30th recipient of the award.

September 2014 - Fonds de recherche du Quebec Laureat

Congratulations to Jean-François Lapierre who is the Laureat for September in the Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles competition, of the Fonds de recherche du Québec, in the category "Fonds Nature et technologies"!

His article, entitled «Increases in terrestrially derived carbon stimulate organic carbon processing and CO2 emissions in boreal aquatic ecosystems», was published in Nature communications in Decembre 2013.

March 2014 - Best Student Publication

Congratulations to Jean-François Lapierre who is this year's recipient of the "Prix de la recherche", for Best Student Publication, awarded by the Faculty of Science of UQAM!

His article, entitled «Increases in terrestrially derived carbon stimulate organic carbon processing and CO2 emissions in boreal aquatic ecosystems», was published in Nature communications in December 2013.

January 2014 - Discovery of the year

A study by Paul del Giorgio and Leigh McCallister on the respiration of ancient terrestrial carbon by aquatic bacteria has been chosen as one of the top 10 discoveries of 2013 by the scientific magazine Quebec Science.

The article, entitled "Evidence for the respiration of ancient terrestrial organic C in northern temperate lakes and streams", published in the journal PNAS, shows that not only do aquatic bacteria convert terrestrial carbon into CO2, but a significant proportion of this carbon is over 1000 years old. This forces us to re-examine the idea that storage of terrestrial carbon is permanent and inaccessible. A summary of the authors' findings and implications can also be found in the latest issue of the bulletin Actualités UQAM from January 6, 2014.

May 2013 - 24 hours of science

24heuressciences
Discover the secrets of a pond in Montreal

Students from the Group for interuniversity research in limnology and aquatic environment will help you discover the secrets of the pond in La Fontaine Park, a rich and surprising ecosystem. It is a magnificent setting in which to observe aquatic life up close. On the schedule: learning methods of harvesting organisms, observing algae, zooplankton and aquatic insects by microscope, playing an identification game, and counting organisms. You will get an information sheet... and a head full of new views on aquatic life!

By GRIL, with the participation of:
- Université du Québec à Montréal
- Concordia University
- Parc La Fontaine

Saturday, May 11, 2013 • 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Parc La Fontaine
Near Espace La Fontaine - Chalet restaurant

Information:
Marilyne Robidoux
514-987-3000 ext. 4667
robidoux.marilyne@courrier.uqam.ca
www.GRIL-Limnologie.ca

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