Blog post by Caitlin Tomaszewski for the Water Program.
Closing date: June 30.
75 stakeholders came out to share their knowledge and identify needed future research.
The Water Program at fRI Research has received a grant from Alberta Environment and Parks’ Watershed Res
GIS program working on a project with the Water Program around the tri-creeks study area
Two new researchers will be joining the Water Program
Forest hydrology researcher Uldis Silins has won a national water stewardship award.
Report of UofA student's research looking at stream crossings near Grande Prairie
Annual Research Forum Sparks Conversations
The keynote speaker has been announced for the "Watershed Assessment for the 21st Century" session at the 2013 Joint CGU-CMOS-CWRA Scientific Congress. The speaker is Dr. Roy Sidle, Director of the Ecosystems Research Division for the U.S.
The Marmot Creek Research Basin was established in 1962. It has become an outdoor research laboratory to examine the principles of mountain hydrology and how forest management could be used to influence streamflow generation.