Shu Hong ShiMSc Student Dr. Igor Lehnherr, supervisor
Research and Professional Interests
My current research involves using high-frequency sonde data and limnological sampling to determine how seasonality impacts ecosystem metabolism and the chemistry and biology of temperate ponds. My research interests include lake metabolism and the effect of seasonality on aquatic invertebrate communities.
- 2021 - 2022 Ontario Graduate Scholarship
- 2021 General Motor's Women in Science and Mathematics Award
- 2020 GGR Entrance Award
- 2020 Mitacs Globalink Research Award - Queen's University/Tongji University (Declined due to COVID)
- 2019 The Wes and Dorletta Curran Memorial Award - Queen's University
- Shi S., McMeans B., Lehnherr I. (June 22-27, 2021). Seasonal Variation of Ecosystem Metabolism and Limnology in Temperate Ponds. Poster presentation at ASLO 2021 Aquatic Sciences Meeting.
- Shi S., McMeans B., Lehnherr I. (February 15-19, 2021). Seasonal Variation of Ecosystem Metabolism and Limnology in a Boreal Lake. Poster presentation at CCFFR-SCL-2021 Conference.