News for Faculty

Friday, May 29, 2020

Environmental Research Letters Special Issue: Legacy Effects

Lake Futures PI Nandita Basu is leading a group of guest editors on an upcoming Special Issue of Environmental Research Letters, titled ‘Focus on Legacy Effects of Land use and Management on Water Quality and Ecosystem Function’.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Water Day on the Hill

Water Day on the Hill Delegation

Lake Futures PI Nandita Basu and Co-I Philippe Van Cappellen were part of a delegation of 24 water scientists to participate in Water Day on the Hill. This event brought together top water scientists from 14 institutions across Canada to discuss key water challenges and solutions with federal officials on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Nandita Basu gives Distinguished Lecture

Distinguished Lecture Poster

Nandita Basu was invited to speak as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Global Institute for Water Security and Global Water Futures.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Sharing Sustainability Challenges with the Shad Program

Title Slide of Keynote Lecture

Zobia Jawed was invited to give a Keynote Lecture to high school students in the Shad program at McMaster University. Her talk was titled, ‘Sustainability: A Complex World of Interconnected Challenges’.

In her lecture, she discussed the complex and interconnected challenges surrounding sustainability, and the need for collaboration to tackle these challenges.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Lake Futures travels to International Association for Great Lakes Research Annual Conference

Poster session at IAGLR conference

Lake Futures researchers Jess Ives and Serghei Bocaniov presented their work at the 62nd annual International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) Conference. This conference was held in Brockport NY, USA and hosted by The College at Brockport, State University of New York. This year, more than 650 scientists and researches from academia, government agencies and non-governmental organizations gathered together to improve our current understanding of complex environmental problems affecting the world’s largest lakes, such as cultural eutrophication, invasive species, new emerging contaminants, and climate change.   

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