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3MT: Teresa Rosales Ramirez

May 16, 2016
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SFU's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) finals took place on March 14, 2016. Teresa Rosales Ramirez, Earth Sciences, spoke on "Characterizing contamination risk in the surface/shallow subsurface zone due to spills of wastewater from shale gas activities." Supervisor: Dr. Dirk Kirste.

Congratulations to Teresa for receiving the second-place prize in the SFU competition!

Teresa is characterizing the contamination risk in the surface/shallow subsurface zone due to wastewater spills from shale gas activities, in the Peace River Region in northeastern British Columbia.

Links

LinkedIn: Teresa Rosales Ramirez
Hydrogeochemistry Research Group: Teresa Rosales Ramirez
The Groundwater Resources Research Group: Teresa Rosales Ramirez

* Climate Change and Energy.pdf
Teresa's poster which won during the SFU Climate and Energy Research Day on 2015: “Risk and resilience in the shale gas context: a nexus perspective”.

One take, one static slide, no props.
Just 3 minutes and the power of the spoken word.

3MT is an unparalleled interdisciplinary opportunity for you to hear about the interesting research that's taking place around the university, as well as to pick up some presentation techniques from some of the best graduate student presenters at SFU — and all in 3-minute segments.

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