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Sep 2019
Sep 11 Locke Rowe named Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
 The University of Toronto congratulates its newest Royal Society of Canada fellows on their achievement and looks forward to the outstanding work they will continue to produce as members of the national academy
Sep 11 David Evans appointed member of the Royal Society of Canada
 Three University of Toronto faculty members have been named to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. The college recognizes up-and-coming researchers who have demonstrated a high level of achievement in their careers to date.
Sep 12 Half-a-billion-year-old tiny predator points to the rise of scorpions and spiders
 Palaeontologists working on the world-renowned Burgess Shale have revealed a new species, Mollisonia plenovenatrix, which they describe as the oldest member of a group of animals called chelicerates.
Sep 13 'Waist-deep in salamanders and turtles': Ecology students gather data and research experience in Algonquin Park
 Professor Njal Rollinson has been conducting research at the Wildlife Research Station in Algonquin for years and has supervised REP students for many summers.
Sep 19 Assistant Professor Chelsea Rochman gave testimony today at the US House of Representatives in DC on the topic of Marine Debris: Impacts on Ecosystems and Species
Sep 20 Ecologists find strong evidence of 'fishing down the food web' in freshwater lake, Study shows effect is not exclusive to marine ecosystems
 “The early commercial activity that occurred from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s resulted in the depletion of some of the large, iconic predators in the lake such as lake sturgeon, muskellunge and walleye,” said Professor Donald Jackson
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