[tugs] Seminar with Professor Miriam Diamond

  • From: TUGS - Toronto Undergraduate Geography Society <r.tchoukaleyska@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: TUGSGeneral <tugsgeneral@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 11:00:37 -0500

Mark your calendars!

This Wednesday, Prof. Miriam Diamond (from Physical Geography) will be giving 
a lunch-time presentation on, "Contaminants around Us: the Toronto 
Experience".  Her presentation is the first in a seminar series hosted by the 
Centre for Urban Health Initiatives (CUHI).  It will be a great opportunity to 
learn more about her research, and to network with some of your profs outside 
of the classroom (always good for the resume). Details are stated below.

Date: Wednesday, December 1st
Time: 12:10 - 1pm
Location: Rm.255 UC the room on the second floor, East Side (facing Hart House)
Also: Bring your lunch if you'd like

By virtue of their large populations and multitude of activities that 
take place within a restricted geographic area, cities are home to 
relatively high contaminant emissions and concentrations in virtually 
all media.  The built environment tends to increase the mobility of 
contaminants and can result in increased exposures.  We will contrast 
two contaminant classes in terms of their emission sources and hence 
exposure pathways and potential health risk to typical urban 
                            All are Welcome!

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