Welcome to Lake Futures
Lake Futures aims to deliver adaptive watershed and lake management solutions that minimize tradeoffs between lake ecosystems, water uses, and economic growth.
- Sep. 16, 2020
Lake Futures Master’s student, John Dony, successfully defended his MASc thesis in Civil Engineering (Water). John completed his thesis ‘A Random Forest in the Great Lakes: Exploring Nutrient Water Quality in the Laurentian Great Lakes Watersheds’ under the supervision of Lake Futures PI Nandita Basu, with committee members Kim Van Meter and Philippe Van Cappellen.
- Aug. 25, 2020
The Lake Futures team is excited to present the next installment of our webinar series. This series is an opportunity for the academic and non-academic community to engage with Lake Futures researchers, as they share their latest research findings and discuss implications for water policies, programs, and plans in Ontario.
- Aug. 11, 2020
Hillary Quinn-Austin, a Master's student with Lake Futures, successfully defended her MSc thesis in Biology. Her thesis is titled 'Movement of mature and early life stages of the Grand River walleye (Sander vitreus) population in Lake Erie’s eastern basin'.