The winner is announced for the 2014 Muskoka Watershed poster research challenge. University students were asked to present posters on their research at the 2014 Muskoka Summit on the Environment last month. The posters were judged and the winner was given a $100 prize. Karl Lamothe of Toronto University took home the top spot for his poster entitled “Using Circular Statistics to Quantify Ecological Resilience: A Simulation Study”.

Photo Submitted By: Muskoka Watershed: Judi Brouse (right), from the MSE Organizing Committee, congratulates Karl Lamothe (left), from the University of Toronto,  for winning the student poster award at the 2014 Muskoka Summit on the Environment for his environmental research in the Muskoka River Watershed.