News archive - March 2015

Friday, March 27, 2015

Media Coverage of Ecohydrology Research Group Paper on Plastics in the Great Lakes

The recent paper, Plastic debris in the Laurentian Great Lakes, published in the March Issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research has received extensive media coverage this week by 570 News, CBC National News and Michigan Radio.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Ecohydrology Group researchers find disturbingly little about plastics in the Great Lakes

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Certain areas of the Great Lakes have suspended plastics concentrations as high as those found in the so-called garbage patches accumulating within large oceanic gyres.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Fereidoun Rezanezhad awarded a Water Institute Seed Grant

Fereidoun Rezanezhad of the Ecohydrology Research Group is a recipient of a Water Institute Seed Grant. The Water Institute launched its Seed Grant Program in November 2014, with the aim to facilitate international collaborations and encourage the development of joint research proposals. In the first round of the new program, six projects are being funded, including the project entitled “Capacity building in hydrobiogeophysics (HBGP) at the University of Waterloo” submitted by Fereidoun Rezanezhad.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Charles Vorosmarty Visits Waterloo

Dr. Charles Vorosmarty, professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and NOAA-CREST Distinguished Scientist visited the University of Waterloo on March 12, 2015. Dr.

Monday, March 9, 2015

New publication by Alex Driedger, Hans Dürr, Kristen Mitchell and Philippe Van Cappellen in Journal of Great Lakes Research

A new article published this month in Journal of Great Lakes Research by graduate student Alex Driedger and Ecohydrology Research Group members Hans Dürr, Kristen Mitchell and Philippe Van Cappellen reviews the current state of knowledge of plastics pollution in the Laurentian Great Lakes.

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