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Does climate change affect wine making? A tour of Niagara’s wine region.

The Niagara wine region has been blessed by its geographic locations bounded in the north by Lake Ontario and in the south by Lake Erie.  The last glaciations that ended 10,000 years ago formulated the Niagara Escarpment, mainly the St. … Continue reading

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Exploring the Geology of Sand Dunes

My name is Tom Meulendyk and I’m currently working as a research assistant with Dr. Nick Eyles at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). I graduated from UTSC where I worked with Nick for my senior level project, publishing a paper … Continue reading

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Re-visiting Tectonic Europe

Frabaer! (that means “fantastic” in Icelandic). “Fantastic” is about the only way to describe our recent field trip adventure to Iceland. I was lucky enough to be the Teaching Assistant for our environmental science undergraduate Field Camp with Professor Nick … Continue reading

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