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Evolution
Researchers monitoring wetland areaBioavailability
Bioavailability
Processing samples in organics labTrophic Ecology
Trophic Ecology
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Geochemistry
Invasive Golden Star tunicateInvasion Biology
Invasion Biology
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Aquatic Ecology
Bacterium feeding on arsenicBiogeochemistry
Biogeochemistry

Dr. Scott Mundle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor
Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research,
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Phone:  519-253-3000 x 3755
Office:  GLIER Rm. 223
Lab:  GLIER Rm. 210
E-mail:  Scott Mundle

Visit the Mundle Lab Website

Research Interests:

We investigate the dynamic relationships between contaminant degradation and nutrient cycles to characterize the fate and transport mechanisms of industrial, agricultural, and oil/gas-related pollutants in the environment. Our focus is to use compositional and isotopic tracers to identify the causal link between these multiple interacting stressors and lake eutrophication to improve our understanding of the factors that negatively impact the Great Lakes and their watersheds.

Expertise:

Contaminant/Nutrient Degradation and Transport Mechanisms
Stable Isotope Geochemistry
Environmental Chemistry

Education:

Ph.D., 2010, Physical/Bio-Organic Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
B.Sc., 2005, Chemistry and Physiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Academic Positions:

Assistant Professor, 2014-present, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada

Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2010-2014, Isotope Geochemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

Publications:

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