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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”.

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