Local Water Solutions in a Changing Climate is an interactive workshop to learn about the University of Waterloo’s latest cutting edge research addressing current and future water challenges in Ontario.
This will be the first annual general meeting of the Global Water Futures program. Plenaries, project reporting, posters, student events, breakout sessions, and other important GWF initiatives will take place during this time. Please stay tuned for more information and call for submissions deadlines.
For more information please contact Chris DeBeer.
The University of Waterloo is hosting a Global Water Futures meeting, and Communications Workshop on Friday, May 25th!
For more information about the event, including the full agenda, read the event listing on the Water Institute website.
If you are interested in attending, please email Allie Dusome at the Water Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Join Sharon Megdal from the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center as she presents "Groundwater governance and management research: Connecting researchers and practitioners" as part of the Water Institute's WaterTalk lecture series.
For more information about the speaker and the presentation, visit the Water Institute's page.
Join Dr. Daniel McLaughlin from Virginia Tech's Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, as he presents "Wetland Water Storage: Drivers and Functions at Varying Spatial Scales".
For more information about the speaker and the presentation, visit the Water Institute's website.
Join Dr. Emily Stanley as she presents "Aquatic Methane at Small and Large Scales", part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series.
Visit the Water Institute's page for more information.
Please register for the event.
Join the Ecohydrology Research Group on Friday, February 2nd, 2018 for the research symposium and public lecture held in celebration of World Wetlands Day! This year's theme is Wetlands for a Sustainable Urban Future.
This will be the first opportunity for the PIs of GWF-funded projects and the leads of the various GWF core teams to meet in person, gain a broad perspective of the GWF program in its entirety, and discuss strategic needs and opportunities.
For more information contact Chris DeBeer.
Join Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar as she presents "Exploration of the Earth's Deep Hydrogeosphere and Subsurface Microbial Life" - part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series.
Visit the Water Institute's WaterTalks page for more information.