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 to tackle some of Canada’s most pressing water-related challenges.
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.