The 53rd Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research is taking place in Toronto, on February 22 2018, organized by Canadian Association on Water Quality (CAWQ). Dr. Fereidoun Rezanezhad is presenting an invited talk, titled: "Wetlands hydrogeochemical processes under changing winter conditions”.
Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel) as part of his project’s ongoing collaboration with Dr. Alex Furman at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Technion. During his two-week research visit Adrian worked closely with Dr.
Global Water Futures (GWF) announced the recipients of the Pillar 1 & 2 projects that recently received funding from the GWF initiative. Six new University of Waterloo-led research projects, among a total of 21 awards, are led by Waterloo researchers, including the project entitled "Winter Soil Processes in Transition".
The Global Water Futures (GWF) Inception Meeting was hosted byWilfird Laurier Univeristy at the Balsillie School of international Affairs from January 22 to January 23. The meeting brought together core team leads and the primary investigators (PI's) of the GWF-funded projects from the 2017 Pillar 1 - 3 calls for the first time. The aim of the meeting was to allow attendees to gain a broad overview the GWF program, identify strategic needs and discuss opportunities for collaboration.
Dr. Stephane Ngueleu (Postdoctoral Fellow of the Ecohydrology Research Group) is visiting Qatar University for 6 months, from January to June 2018, to collaborate with Dr. Riyadh Ibrahim Al-Raoush, PI of a collaborative project between the University of Waterloo and Qatar University.