Changing Cold Regions Network ends five-year study
Written for The Conversation by GIWS Visiting Professor Andrew Slaughter
Renowned University of Saskatchewan hydrologist Howard Wheater, who co-leads the world’s largest university-based water research initiative—Global Water Futures (GWF), has been app...
Beginning July 7, NASA will fly an experimental radar called AirSWOT to map water levels at sites across Saskatchewan, including the North Saskatchewan River.
The University of Saskatchewan-led Global Water Futures (GWF) program has funded 11 initial research projects across Canada totaling nearly $16.2 million over the next three years ...
John Pomeroy becomes the third researcher from the University of Saskatchewan to receive the Canadian Geophysical Union's greatest honour.
Join us on June 8 & 9 for a short course and seminar with Dr. Simon Mathias, Reader in Computational Geoscience, Durham University, U.K.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fielded a question on developing a national water strategy during a packed town hall meeting in Yellowknife on Friday.