PEOPLE

Our researchers and graduate students address complex environmental challenges facing terrestrial and aquatic environments impacted by industry and agriculture.

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Scott Mundle
Assistant Professor

Scott Mundle has led a multidisciplinary research program involving the development of collaborative networks with universities and industrial partners in areas of organic, analytical, biological, environmental, and isotope chemistry/geochemistry.  He specializes in using compositional and isotopic environmental/geochemical tracers to characterize gas/fluid/contaminant sources and their migration/transport pathways in the oil/gas, mining, and environmental sectors. His research has ranged from applying isotope (geo)chemistry to understand fundamental chemical processes (decarboxylation and catalysis), to broader geochemical applications on contaminated surface/groundwater, carbon capture and nuclear waste storage programs, and subsurface gas/fluid migration pathways in the oil/gas and mining sectors.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Scott_Mundle

Karly Dominato
PhD Student
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Karly graduated from the University of Windsor with a BSc (honours) in chemistry. Her research is focused on developing geochemical approaches to characterize the fate and transport of reservoir gases/fluids from CO2/steam enhanced oil recovery operations; and their impacts on gas migration to surface from well integrity issues in the oil & gas sector.

Meagan Beaton
PhD Student
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Meagan graduated from the University of Windsor with a BFrSc (honours) and Trent University with an MSc in Forensic Science. Her research focuses on developing new geoforensic approaches to characterize the fate and transport of gases in thermal oil recovery operations

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Meagan_Beaton 

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Nadia Tarakki
PhD Student

Nadia graduated from the University of Dhaka with a BSc in geology and MSc in Mining and Geological Engineering;  and received an MSc from St. Francis Xavier University. Her research focuses on understanding the impacts of microbial degradation on gases released from the oil and gas sector.

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos
MSc Student
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Kaylee is an undergraduate student studying forensic science with a specialization in biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Windsor.  She is developing analytical techniques to characterize compositional and isotopic tracers in the oil and gas sector.

Matthew Day
MSc Student
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Matthew graduated from the University of Windsor with a BSc (honours) in earth and environmental sciences. His research focuses on using stable isotope approaches to characterize the influence of conventional and thermal oil recovery on near surface soils and wetlands.

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Michelle Quan
Undergraduate Researcher

Michelle is an undergraduate biochemistry student with hands-on experience as a laboratory technician intern at CNOOC International in Ft. McMurray, AB.  She is characterizing the chemical processes and impacts of steam injection on bitumen in thermal oil recovery operations. 

Da-Wei Qiu
Research Associate
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David is a well established researcher with over 25 years of technical expertise in environmental and analytical chemistry. He provides support for a wide range of sample preparation, analysis, instrument maintenance, and field programs. David recently led a study that validated the methods he developed for nutrient analysis at GLIER with government regulatory bodies in Ontario.

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Zachary Lauzon
Undergraduate Researcher

Zachary is an undergraduate in the Outstanding Scholar program studying forensic science with a specialization in biology at the University of Windsor.  He is developing analytical techniques to improve the geochemical tools used in gas migration investigations and helium exploration.

Gaetan Borgonie
Researcher/Collaborator

Dr. Gaetan Borgonie is a biologist, internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work that characterized metazoan extremophiles in the deep subsurface of South Africa.  His research in the Great Lakes is focused on understanding the factors that control the survival of organisms migrating from surface water sources to the subsurface.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gaetan_Borgonie

ALUMNI

Neda Mashhadi (PDF)

Timothy Maguire (PDF, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Timothy_Maguire3)

Scott Colborne (Co-Supervised PDF)

Kelsey Friesen (MSc)

Florent Blancho (RA)

Matviy Prokipchuk (Undergraduate Summer Student)

Grace Enns (Undergraduate Thesis)