Uinta Mountain Research

Click the images below to see news, hear an interview, and read some of my collaborative writing about human influences on remote alpine lakes in Utah, USA.

Science Communication Research

Click on the images below to see some of the ways I’ve shared our research team’s work on science communication.

Other media appearances

CHRW Radio Western – GradCast. Interview on doctoral research findings and the merits of an open defense. April 29, 2014.

Sampling at East Carrol Lake, Uinta Mountains USA

Sampling at East Carrol Lake, Uinta Mountains USA

References

Desjardins, Lynn. “Nitrates in remote lakes come from human activity.” CBC Radio International. 12 February 2016.

Du, Hill. The Gazette. “Western study finds problem with grad student training.” The Gazette. 22 November 2016.

Infographic: Recommendations for incorporating science communication into graduate training. (2016).

Mayne, Paul. “‘Frightening’ findings foretell ills for ecosystems.” Western News [London, Ontario] 11 February 2016.

Remote alpine lakes affected by nitrogen from agriculture transported across vast distances in the atmosphere“. The Freshwater Blog. 25 February 2016

Remote alpine lakes affected by nitrogen from agriculture transported across vast distances in the atmosphere“. The Freshwater Blog. 25 February 2016

Renaud, Jeff. Evidence of human influence and pollution found in remote alpine lakes. Media Relations, Western University. 8 February 2016.

Renaud, Jeff. International study promotes importance of science communication to graduate students. Media Relations, Western University. 7 November 2016.