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The interdisciplinary Water 602 class (Collaborative Water Program) explored the complexity of issues in the Grand River during a week of field trips and discussions with water mangers in government, industry, NGO and academia.
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Mark Servos comments on the potential concerns and impacts of stormwater entering teh Grand River (CTV News). http://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=879297
Grand River spill a 'wake-up call' to Waterloo region
A spill of used motor oil into a storm sewer coats the banks of the Grand River in Kitchener. Mark Servos makes comments on environmental impacts of oil and other pollutants entering the Grand River.
Over the last few months the Servos Group has worked together on learning a number of new writing techniques and approaches. See how students are working to improve their writing: https://uwaterloo.ca/writing-centre/blog/post/biology-graduate-students-approach-writing-infectious.
Mark Servos and others comment on the importance of water research to Canada's health and the economy at an event where Prime Minister Trudeau announced $12 Million for Southern Ontario Water Consortium Water Canada, January 14, 2016. . http://watercanada.net/2016/prime-minister-trudeau-announces-12-million-for-southern-ontario-water-consortium/
Visit the SOWC site at https://sowc.ca/