Fall 2014
University of Saskatchewan Alumni Magaizine
Why rain in the mountains matters on the Prairies
John Pomeroy’s Rocky Mountain research will provide better climate modelling and flood prediction.
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People and water: a dynamic relationship
Socio-hydrology connects water science with society, encouraging decision makers to consider those downstream.
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Preserving Saskatchewan’s prairie jewel
Is increasing agricultural, industrial and recreational use putting Lake Diefenbaker at risk?
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Prairie flooding: preparing for the unpredictable
So much rain fell on southeastern Saskatchewan and western Manitoba that more than 60 communities declared states of emergency.
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Water Facts - Infographic
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75 Years of Green & White
A glimpse of covers since the original in 1939.
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President's Message

A message from Interim President Gordon Barnhart


Water research and the U of S: a natural fit, by Howard Wheater, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Water Security and director of the Global Institute for Water Security.

Remember When...

Water, water everywhere: flooding at Griffiths Stadium and in the Hangar Building.

Student Spotlight

Javime Evaristo explores the two water worlds of groundwater at Biosphere 2.

Faculty Focus

Helen Baulch: Real-time data helps provide real good drinking water.

Faculty Focus

Markus Hecker balances the benefits and risks of emerging contaminants in our waterways.

On Campus

Read about recent leadership changes, re-focusing on mission, campus construction updates and more.

Alumni Achievement Awards

Congratulations to the 2014 U of S Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award recipients.


Read about new U of S senators, Alumni Association board members and more.

Alumni Profile

Merle Massie’s experience of Saskatchewan is not your typical prairie tale.

Alumni Profile

Aarya Shahsavar, Alexander Chen and Dawson James hope to clean up the fracking industry with their mobile water treatment system.

Class Notes

Read your classmates' recent professional accomplishments and milestones.

In Memoriam

The Alumni Association has noted, with sorrow, the passing of our alumni and friends.


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