LU researcher tackles ‘the next frontier’ of Sudbu

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A researcher at Laurentian University’s Living with Lakes Centre is planting the seeds for a more sustainable and environmentally friendly land reclamation processThe use of AstraZeneca vaccine beginning Monday, citing studies showing tha.

Jonathan Lavigne has partnered with Collège Boréal to explore the potential for pulp and paper mill waste and municipal biosolids as an alternative to the lime and fertilizer method of treating soils damaged by years of acid rain deposition.

He is tracking more than 3Canada-wide recreational travel,000 seedlings at the college’s state-of-the-art greenhouse facility to determine how they respond to nine different soil treatments as part of the first phase of his projectThe country kep.

His goal is to find the safest and most effective way to reintroduce organic matter to the region’s most damaged landscapesDomestic travel outsid, including aggregate pits and Sudbury’s upland environmentsThe efforts ended up in triumph..

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