Monica Emelko, Canada Research Chair in Water Science, Technology and Policy, and professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has recently been named section editor for Climate Change for the new peer-reviewed, open access journal, PLOS Water.
PLOS Water brings together research of the highest standards for water as a vital human resource for communities in every region of the world.
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HQP and Network members can look forward to an engaging fall with a stellar line up of training webinars available throughout October and November.
For newer students, “ST3 Week” refers to the annual forWater source-to-tap training week, which would normally be an in-person series of learning/training events focused on topics relevant to forWater. In past years, this has occurred in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Alberta's Rocky Mountains, and the 2022 version is set for Vancouver Island.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year's series will be virtual allowing us the flexibility to cover topics that were underrepresented in the past.
Managing sediment-associated phosphorus to prevent cyanobacterial blooms in drinking water reservoirs
Join forWater Network member, Nik Knezic, as he explores the dynamic topic of sediment-associated phosphorus on
Tuesday September 21 at 12pm EST.
Contact Elanor for access the recording.
The Environmental Virology and Ecology Research Group (i.e., ENVERG; https://uwaterloo.ca/environmental-virology-ecology-research-group/) led by Dr. Nissimov is recruiting a domestic or international PhD student to investigate the interactions between harmful algal bloom-forming species and their viruses.
The Network provides insights into new scientific research for safe, secure drinking water---globally---which starts with resilient forests