Thursday, July 9, 2020

Tag: climate change

Advisors Sought in Protecting the Biodiversity of Inland Waters

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The Government of Canada has reaffirmed its commitment to expanding its network of protected areas, including coastal and inland waters, to aide its 2020 biodiversity...

Committed Climate Science in the Great Lakes

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In its most recent newsletter, the Intergovernmental Joint Commission presented an updated assessment of the climate science being done in the Great Lakes basin. The...

Canadian Arctic Scientist Awarded Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in...

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Canadian Arctic scientist, Dr. John England, joins prestigious ranks, today accepting the Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research. England is a well-known...

Water and Climate Key Issue for UN COP22

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The UN Conference of the Parties (COP22) on the Climate will be held from 7 to 18 November 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco. As part of...

Lake Science: Water Clarity As Important As Air Temperatures in Response...

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A new paper released this week demonstrates how even small changes in water clarity  over time can have big impacts on water temperatures. In a...

Canadian Provinces and Territories are Ill-Prepared for Flooding due to Climate...

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A new report from the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation out of the University of Waterloo finds all 10 provinces and Yukon are ill-prepared for flooding...

In Memoriam: Dr. Fred Roots, Polar Scientist and Explorer

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Dr. Fred Roots, founder of the Students on Ice program, youth mentor, Arctic explorer, and climate scientist died October 18, 2016. From Pole to Pole,...

Barrie Continues to Upgrade Stormwater Infrastructure

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Barrie, ON, has begun a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study to determine necessary stormwater infrastructure improvements required to reduce flooding on both private and...

Under Western Skies on Water

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Titled Water—Events, Trends, Analysis, the conference is expected to attract 600–800 attendees for notable presentations

Laurier Takes a Lead in Canadian Rivers Institute

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The CRI is a leader in applied aquatic science that not only works on issues affecting rivers and estuaries around the world, it works to train the coming generation of aquatic scientists. At Laurier, MacLatchy has three CRI-affiliated graduate scientists working with her.

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