Hokanson KJ, Peterson ES, Devito KJ, Mendoza CA. 2020. Forestland-peatland hydrologic connectivity in water-limited environments: Hydraulic gradients often oppose topography. Environmental Research Letters, 15:034021. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab699a.
Hokanson KJ, Mendoza CA, Devito KJ. 2019. Interactions between regional climate, surficial geology, and topography: Characterizing shallow groundwater systems in subhumid, low-relief landscapes. Water Resources Research, 55(1): 284-297. DOI: 10.1029/2018WR023934.
Hannah McSorley shares insights from 400+ stream samples collected over 16 months across a Greater Victoria water supply area.
Investigating water security
Monica Emelko, Principal Investigator for the forWater Network and a professor in Waterloo's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is the first Canada Research Chair in Water Science, Technology and Policy.
She will receive $1.4 million over seven years for research into ensuring water security in Canada.
Collins AL, Blackwell M, Boeckx P, Chivers C-A, Emelko MB, Evrard O, Foster I, Gellis A, Gholami H, Granger S, Harris P, Horowitz AJ, Laceby JP, Martinez-Carreras N, Minella J, Mol L, Nosrati K, Pulley S, Silins U, da Silva YJ, Stone M, Tiecher T, Upadhayay HR, Zhang Y. 2020. Sediment source fingerprinting: Benchmarking recent outputs, remaining challenges and emerging themes. Journal of Soils and Sediments.
Monica Emelko and Micheal Stone are from the University of Waterloo, and Uldis Silins from the University of Alberta.This publication is an example of cross-theme collaboration in the Network.
The Network provides insights into new scientific research for safe, secure drinking water---globally---which starts with resilient forests