MSc Graduate Opportunity in Water Quality Modeling – Fall 2017

IWRC is seeking a motivated individual for Masters-level research in the area of watershed modeling of streamflow and water quality.  This project will involve working with collaborators at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change’s Dorset Environmental Science Centre and at Queen’s University, Department of Biology.  Check out the full add below! Best.In.Science.SWAT.student.advert.27Feb17.final

NEW: Funded Graduate Student Opportunity – Deadline: Monday, January 16, 2017.

Masters of Science Research Opportunity – The Wasi Stormflow Monitoring Project Nipissing University and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority A MESc Student at Nipissing University will investigate the relationships between streamflow and water quality (including total and dissolved phosphorus concentrations, total suspended solids, turbidity, stable water isotopes) in the Wasi watershed, a ~ 230 km2 Read More …

Christening of the new IWRC research vessel

On Friday, Sept 30th, IWRC members and friends gathered on Callander Bay, Lake Nipissing to christen IWRC’s new research vessel, the ‘Merry Weather II’, a name we thought ‘nautical, optimistic and playful’.  The cork popped with lots of fanfare, tshirts and cake.  Thank you to all that attended and those who sent their best wishes. Special thanks to Nipissing University, the Canada Foundation for Read More …