Join Lovell Endowed Professor Ximing Cai from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as he presents "Modelling River Basins as Coupled Human and Natural Systems" as part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks series.
For more information about the speaker and the presentation, see the event listing on the Water Institute's website.
The 61st Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, will be held at the University of Toronto Scarborough, Ontario from June 18-22, 2018. The theme for 2018 is Great Science for Tomorrow’s Solutions.
Abstract submissions for both oral and poster presentations are welcome. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is January 19, 2018. View the Call for Abstracts for details.
Proposed sessions chaired by University of Waterloo researchers:
The 1st International Conference on Water Security will be held in Toronto, Ontario. The conference complements the launch of Elsevier's new journal on Water Security.
Themes and topics:
- How do water governance, institutions, aging infrastructure and finance come together to achieve water security in the developed world?
- The science of integrated water management (smart watersheds, water services, agricultural, energy, minerals and other use systems, environmental flows, legacies, collaborative governance, BMPs)
- Climate, renewable energy, economic development and demographic change and migration: challenges or opportunities for regional water security. Water security and conflict (either transboundary water cooperation or armed conflict and water)
Join Curtis Richardson, a professor of Resource Ecology and Director of the Duke University Wetland Center, as he presents "Decoding the Secrets of Carbon Preservation in Peatlands along a Boreal to Tropical Gradient from Minnesota to Peru" as part of the Water Institute's WaterTalk lecture series.
For more information about the speaker and the presentation, visit the Water Institute's page.
The 2018 Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Meeting is being held in Niagara Falls from June 10th to 14th. Members from the Ecohydrology Research Group are presenting two sessions at the conference: