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Read a summary of the recent research results on how fish are recovering the Grand River in response to major infrastructure upgrades at the wastewater treatment plants.
Many successes but also many challenges were identified for water management in the Grand River in a recent new article in the the Waterloo Region Record (Dec. 2, 2017).
A recent article in Influents (Water Environment Association of Ontario) describes the recent work to model estrogens in the Grand River.
Arlos, M., W. Parker, S. Andrews, M. Servos. 2017. Relationship between estrogens and intersex in a major Lake Erie tributary: a modelling approach. Influents: Official Publication of the Water Environment Association of Ontario. Summer 2017: 52-55. http://www.kelmanonline.com/httpdocs/files/WEAO/influentssummer2017/index.html
Graduate program brings together students from all six Waterloo faculties, Department of Biology, University of Waterloo, Oct. 6, 2017.
Prof. Mark Servos was Director of the Collaborative Water Program and continues to teach the Water courses.
Mark Servos discusses the impact of wastewater treatment upgrades on intersex in fish (rainbow darter) downstream of Kitchener in the Grand River. The paper, Hicks et al. 2017 was published in Environmental Science and Technology.