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Wilfrid Laurier University School of Business & Economics
July 28, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence


Dr. Scott Smith during a sampling trip January 2005.

Research



Chemistry Lab for Environmental Aquatic Research (CLEAR)

Metals in the aquatic environments are an environmental concern. The extent of the negative impact of metals is strongly dependent on the molecular form of the metal. Metals may be bound to natural organic matter, bacterial and/or mineral surfaces. Often (but not always), the bound metal is less toxic and possibly less mobile then the free form. Analytical methods that determine forms of metal are termed speciation methods. Metal speciation in aquatic systems is my primary research interest.

Recent conference presentations:

SETAC North America 2007 (link)

SETAC North America 2006 (link)