Author Archives: andrewysshin

Glendon Photo essay

Glendon Photo Essay Number of students in plant ecology class were paired and assigned to address the current status of the riverbank in Don River near York University Glendon campus.  On November 18, just before the weather became harsh, my … Continue reading

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Diatoms as an indicator species

Diatoms are almost everywhere where water and sunlight reach.  Although they are extremely small in size, they can do many great things being one of the main primary producers which contributes to approximately 23% of global oxygen production.  Most of … Continue reading

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Unintended Ecological Experiment Part 2

It has been few months since I wrote the first blog post on (unintended) small-scale ecological experiment that took place in the front lawn at my house.  Just to recall from the first post, eradication plan was performed to prevent … Continue reading

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An invitation to Astronomy

“First” blogpost not related to Plant Ecology Fall term is coming to an end, and winter break is within your grasp.  Many fellow students including me might be planning for winter getaways, or chilling with friends and family for Christmas.  Here … Continue reading

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