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Lake Futures researcher Meghan McLeod successfully defended her MASc thesis. Meghan completed her thesis 'Modelling Legacy Nitrogen Dynamics in the Transboundary Lake Erie Watershed' under the supervision of Lake Futures PI Nandita Basu. Congratulations, Meghan!

In a new paper co-authored by Lake Futures investigator Roy Brouwer and postdoctoral fellow Haiyan Liu, a comprehensive review of experiences with water quality trading (WQT) programs worldwide is presented.

The Lake Futures team is excited to announce the next installment of our webinar series starting today! The goal of the Lake Futures Brown Bag Speaker Series is to help keep our researchers informed, identify potential collaboration opportunities, and collectively discuss how the research could be applied to land and water management in Canada.

Lake Futures researcher Lamisa Malik was an invited speaker with Watersheds Canada’s webinar series. Lamisa’s talk was titled ‘The Ghost of Phosphorus Past: How decades of phosphorus use is shaping today’s water quality in North America’ and focused on research that indicated effect of legacies in the landscape and ongoing work on legacy phosphorus, ranging from the Lake Erie basin to larger scales across North America.

Lake Futures researcher Tori Grootjen successfully defended her Master's thesis. Tori completed her thesis 'Quantifying the role of reservoirs in altering phosphorus dynamics using a combination of data analysis and process modeling' under the supervision of Lake Futures PI Nandita BasuCongratulations Tori!