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Life After Water Series: Life of the No-See-Ums

Date: December 6, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Life of the No-See-Um: the Cacoa Tree Pollinator The no-see-um is a fascinating benthic macroinvertebrate that goes througha complete metamorphosis, involving the complete four stages of the...

Phragmites Researcher Interview: Lynn Short

Date: November 27, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Fight the Phrag! Introducing: Lynn Short Lynn Short is a Professor and Researcher at Humber College in Horticulture. She is also the owner of a cottage in Tiny Township on Georgian Bay, where she...

Life After Water Series: Life of the Black Fly

Date: November 21, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Life of the Black Fly: The Lactic Acid Detector The blackfly is a fascinating benthic macroinvertebrate that thrives in running clear, unpolluted water bodies. Today we will explore what happens...

Sparking Science Interview: Student Volunteers

Date: November 9, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Sparking Science Interview: Student Perspectives Student participants had a lot to say about the 2018 Sparking Science through Mentorship Conference! This EcoSpark blog is by two students who...

Life After Water Series: Life of the Mayfly

Date: September 26, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Life of the Mayfly: one bug, three forms The mayfly is a fascinating benthic macroinvertebrate that has been around longer than the dinosaurs, serving as an indicator of clean and unpolluted...

Sparking Science Interview: Tanya Stemberger

Date: September 25, 2018 Author: Joyce Chau Categories: Latest

Sparking Science Interview: Tanya Stemberger To celebrate the upcoming 2018 Sparking Science through Mentorship Conference, EcoSpark is featuring two STEM mentors from last year’s conference....

Sparking Science Interview: Tooba Shakeel

Date: September 18, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

Sparking Science Interview: Tooba Shakeel To celebrate the upcoming 2018 Sparking Science through Mentorship Conference, EcoSpark is featuring two STEM mentors from last year’s conference....

What is Citizen Science and Why is it so Important?

Date: September 12, 2018 Author: EcoSpark Categories: Latest

What is Citizen Science and Why is it so Important? Citizen Science is a participatory approach to environmental research where participants learn about local green spaces by contributing...


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