Collecting a lake sediment core at Pockwock Lake, Nova Scotia.

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Collecting a lake sediment core at Pockwock Lake, Nova Scotia.

Geoscience

Dewey’s geoscientific research focuses on the mechanisms that control the timing, distribution, and magnitude of toxic metal concentrations in lakes. He is a professional geoscientist registered with the Nova Scotia Association of Professional Geoscientists and has authored publications in Science of the Total Environment, Environmental Science and Technology: Engineering, the Journal of Paleolimnology, FACETS, Lake and Reservoir Management, and Environmental Pollution.

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Dewey Dunnington
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