PEARL
Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Laboratory

Department of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston ON, Canada, K7L 3N

Ecuador Lake at 4200m
The Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Lab (PEARL) is a group of about 30 research scientists, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and other scientists dedicated to using paleolimnological and other techniques to provide historical perspectives to environmental change. Such data are required to define natural environmental variability, to generate and test hypotheses, and to evaluate computer models that are now being used for the study of global environmental change.

To find out more of what paleolimnologists do, click on this video. To download a PowerPoint presentation introducing paleolimnology, visit this ASLO website.

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All information and images on this website are 2003-2015 of John Smol,  Brian Cumming and Chris Grooms.
This website is maintained by Chris Grooms
Volunteer PEARL has volunteer opportunities supporting many lines of research. To find out more contact Chris Grooms. 
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