Amanda Little

Amanda Little
York University · Department of Geography

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Introduction
Currently researching the influence of spatial gradients and seasonal controls on arsenic biogeochemistry and ecotoxicology in lakes from the Yellowknife, NWT, Canada region.
Education
September 2019 - August 2023
York University
Field of study
  • Physical Geography

Publications

Publications (2)
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Geographic context matters when trying to understand how permafrost thaw impacts northern freshwater biodiversity in a warming climate. Most risk to freshwater from thawing permafrost is associated with abrupt thaw processes known as thermokarst. Lake sediments can provide a record of thermokarst landscape development and associated biogeochemical...
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Silver mining in the early-1900s has left a legacy of arsenic-rich mine tailings around the town of Cobalt, in northeastern Ontario, Canada. Due to a lack of environmental control and regulations at that time, it was common for mines to dispose of their waste into adjacent lakes and land depressions, concentrating metals and metalloids in sensitive...

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