As part of Science Literacy Week, Nandita Basu gave a public lecture at the Waterloo Public Library titled ‘Protecting Our Water’. Community members and students shared the space to learn about the impacts of nutrient pollution and algal blooms, and how we can work to mitigate these effects.
Meghan Mcleod, an undergraduate research assistant, won the Best Undergrad Poster award at the University of Waterloo World Wetlands Day celebration! Her poster focused on phosphorus legacies in human-impacted watersheds.
In a recent article in The Record, Nandita Basu commented on the potential impact of proposed Bill 66, saying it threatens the environment by allowing municipalities to bypass policies and acts protecting water and land.
Lake Futures is attending AGU 2018 in Washington DC!
Throughout the week there will be presentations and posters from Nandita Basu, post-doctoral fellows and students associated with Lake Futures. This is a great opportunity to find out more about research being done in the Basu Lab. See the schedule below for times and dates.