• Canada’s water resources span an enormous range in geography, climate, and ecosystems

  • Understanding and adapting to short and long-term water changes demands a transformative enhancement in the way environmental data is collected, integrated, analyzed, and communicated

Understanding current water conditions and predicting future changes in Canada’s water resources is a significant challenge given the country’s enormous range in geography, climate and ecosystems. The advent of new sources of data from sensor technologies has enhanced the efficiency of data collection but unprecedented amounts of information has required the need for data solutions that can support strategic decision-making.

Transformative sensor Technologies and Smart Watersheds for Canadian Water Futures

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