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M.Sc Defense. Joseph LaFontaine. Joseph will defend his M.Sc. Thesis entitled Evaluation of spatial and temporal patterns of priority contaminants in sediments of the Huron-Erie Corridor

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  • Wed, 05/24/2017 - 9:00am




Joseph LaFontaine will defend his M.Sc. Thesis entitled "Evaluation of spatial and temporal patterns of priority contaminants in sediments of the Huron-Erie Corridor"

Joseph's advisors are Dr. Ken Drouillard and Dr. Doug Haffner, GLIER, University of Windsor.

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Ms. M. Scratch
mscratch@uwindsor.ca
(519)253-3000 ext.2732