From June 18th to 22nd, the 61st International Association of Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research was held in Toronto. The conference featured five days of plenaries, workshops, posters, and keynote presentations focused around Great Lakes Research. More information about the conference can be found on the conference website.
The following sessions were chaired by Ecohydrology group members at the conference:
Climate Change Impacts on Ecohydrology of Urbanized Watersheds Draining into Large Lakes
Chaired by Mahyar Shafii, Mohamed Mohamed, Stephen Braun, Philippe Van Cappellen
Nutrient Sources, Transport and Retention in Great Lakes Watersheds: Field Measurements, Modeling and Management Implications
Chaired by Chris Parsons, Maria Dittrich, Kimberly Van Meter, Agnes Richards
Additionally, Dr. Chris Parsons presented "Phosphorus Export from Headwater Streams in the Lake Erie Basin: Storms, Snow-Melt and Speciation" at the parallel session "Multi-Watershed Nutrient Study: Establishing a Monitoring Network in Agricultural Regions".
Steph Slowinski also presented a poster titled "The role of groundwater discharge fluxes on Si:P ratios in a major tributary to Lake Erie" during the poster session.
Thank you to those who organized the conference!