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ESPC 2008 - Ottawa (Ontario)

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Rebecca - I have lived on a beef farm all my life in a small community. I take the beef, goat, and foods projects in 4-H. I have held the treasurer's position in my club for about 6 years. I have won several awards within the program, including top member, 1st place in public speaking, and lots of ribbons at shows. I have had honors with distinction, and been in the extended French class ever since grade 7. I was selected to attend the science camp last summer at St. FX University. I've played on my school's basketball team for 2 years, and won the "all around player award" last year. I am one of the Grade 10 Leadership Girls at my school, we organize physical activities for students. I attend Sunday school every week. I like to spend time with my family, friends, and animals. After I graduate, I would like to pursue a career in criminal justice, law, or something to do with agriculture; I'm really undecided. I enjoy taking charge, being responsible, and dedicated. I never pass up an opportunity to travel and/or further my experience. I live to have fun and enjoy myself :)
Amber - I live in a small community called Upper Stewiacke in Central Nova Scotia. I go to school at South Colchester Academy in Brookfield, N.S. I do well in school. I play school and club Volleyball. I also play on the school's Softball team. I belong to the Water of Life group at school and minor officiate Basketball. I am in the youth group in Upper Stewiacke. I love the outdoors. I like to bike, swim, play almost any kind of sport, and just have fun at whatever I do.

Rebecca O'Connell, Amber MacLean-Hawes

Lingering Herbicides
Division:Génie et sciences de l'informatique / Innovation environnementale
Région:Chignecto Central West
Ville:Brookfield, NS
École:South Colchester Academy
Sommaire:We studied two methodologies to gain first hand knowledge on how herbicides can be detected in water and in soil. In addition, we carried out a case study to determine if Velpar could be detected in local runoff water from tile-drained blueberry fields. We tested for presence of the herbicide in water samples using Thin Layer Chromatography.

Prix Valeur
Mention honorable - Sciences de la terre et de l’environnement
Sponsor: Pétro-Canada
100,00 $
Total100,00 $