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Human Traces Webinar Series - Paleolimnology in support of archeology: Embracing the future to investigate the past

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Nathalie Dubois
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The Human Traces Working group is pleased to announce the launch of its monthly Webinar Series starting on 13 December 2021.

13 Dec 2021: "Paleolimnology in support of archeology: Embracing the future to investigate the past"
Dr. Madison Bell, University of Ottawa

Madison Bell has a BSc from the University of Guelph in Toxicology, and a PhD from the University of Ottawa in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology. She is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow in Genetic Toxicology at the University of Ottawa and as a Laboratory coordinator for the Canadian Health Measures Survey at Statistics Canada. She has worked in a variety of disciplines including chemical biology, geochemistry, paleolimnology, genetic toxicology, epidemiology, sediment-“omics”, agricultural science, and now in population biomonitoring. Her wildly eclectic scientific record has inspired her to confront questions in different ways and make unique connections.

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Additional Talks will follow. Please get in touch with the Human Traces Steering Committee if you would like to present your work related to Human Traces.