Welcome to the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Windsor. Earth and environmental scientists study the composition and structure of Earth, the physical, chemical, and biological processes that shape our planet and environment, as well as the impact that humans have on the environment. Faculty research in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences mostly falls into three main areas of interest: Geofluids, Geochemistry, and Environmental Geoscience.

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Submissions from 2016

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Role of hydrodynamic factors in controlling the formation and location of unconformity-related uranium deposits: insights from reactive-flow modeling, Yousef Beiraghdar Aghbelagh and Jianwen Yang

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Lithospheric mantle xenoliths sampled by melts from upwelling asthenosphere: the Quaternary Tasse alkaline basalts of southeastern British Columbia, Canada, Ali Polat, Eyal Friedman, Derek J. Thorkelson, and Robert Frei

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Formation of the Neoarchean Bad Vermilion Lake Anorthosite Complex and Spatially Associated Granitic Rocks at a Convergent Plate Margin, Superior Province, Western Ontario, Canada, Ali Polat, Shuda Zhou, Fred J. Longstaffe, Kunguang Yang, Brian J. Fryer, and Chris Weisener

Submissions from 2015

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A review of structural patterns and melting processes in the Archean craton of West Greenland: Evidence for crustal growth at convergent plate margins as opposed to non-uniformitarian models, Ali Polat

Submissions from 2008

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An Integrated GIS-Expert System Framework forLive Hazard Monitoring and Detection, James Dwight McCarthy, Phil Graniero, and Steven Rozic

Submissions from 2004

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Backcasting and forecasting biological invasions of inland lakes, Hugh MacIsaac, Julianna Borbely, Jim Muirhead, and Phil Graniero