DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES

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Scott Mundle and his research team addresses the complex environmental challenges facing  terrestrial and aquatic environments including the Great Lakes and their watersheds.

We investigate the causal link between multiple interacting stressors in the environment with a focus on understanding the factors that affect the fate and transport of contaminants and nutrients in water, on land, and in the air.

DISCOVER

Scott and his team have a multidisciplinary focus on research and graduate training using state-of-the-art laboratories, core facilities, and dedicated research infrastructure that spans across conventional disciplinary boundaries.

Scott and his team work closely with experts in related fields including biology, geology, chemistry, engineering, genetics and ecology in order to both enrich our graduate students and to work with a holistic understanding of complex research problems.

NEWS

Scott Mundle and his research team has been highlighted by a number of media outlets including BBC Earth, Washington Post, and CBC.

 

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ABOUT US

Scott Mundle and his research team strive to improve our understanding of the relationships between the mechanisms responsible for contaminant degradation and nutrient cycling to develop new tools to characterize the fate and transport of pollution in complex environmental systems.  A comprehensive understanding of the key chemical and environmental factors that influence the measurement, monitoring, and identification of pollution sources will lead to better policy decisions and long-term protection of our resources.

CONTACT US

Contact Scott for employment opportunities.
Scott Mundle | MundleLAB

Telephone: 1-519-253-3000 EXT. 3775

Fax: 1-519-971-3616

Email: Scott Mundle

General Inquiries

Telephone: 1-519-253-3000 EXT. 2732

Fax: 1-519-971-3616

Email: GLIER

 

Graduate Office

Telephone: 1-519-253-3000 EXT. 4876

Fax: 1-519-971-3616

Email: Graduate Office

 

Street Address

Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research

University of Windsor

2990 Riverside Drive West

Windsor, Ontario  N9C 1A2

Canada

 

Campus Location

GLIER is located on the Detroit River, west of the Ambassador Bridge

Greenhouse

Greenhouse

Greenhouse 2

Greenhouse 2

Wheatfield

Wheatfield

Sample

Sample

Pumpjack

Pumpjack

Refinery

Refinery

Mining

Mining

Lakes

Lakes

Drill Rig

Drill Rig

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