GWF2021 DAY 1 POSTERS

17-MAY

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Assessing groundwater vulnerability to geogenic contamination in permafrost regions

Poster Number: 1

Authors:

Elliott Skierszkan (University of Saskatchewan), Matt Lindsay (University of Saskatchewan), Anna Grunksy (McMaster University), Matthew Fellwock (University of Saskatchewan), Sean Carey (McMaster University), Brendan Mulligan (Government of Yukon)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts, Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

uranium, arsenic, permafrost, geogenic, groundwater

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Investigating the role of an upstream watershed on ice-jam flood regimes at the Peace-Athabasca Delta

Poster Number: 2

Authors:

Mia Stratton (University of Waterloo), Jennifer Adams, Johan Wiklund, James Telford, Roland Hall, Brent Wolfe

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Ice-jam flood, paleolimnology, spring discharge

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A stochastic modelling approach to forecast real-time ice jam flood severity along the Saint John River, New Brunswick, Canada

Poster Number: 4

Authors:

Apurba Das (University of Saskatchewan), Sujata Budhathoki (University of Saskatchewan), Karl-Erich  Lindenschmidt (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

ice-jam, flood forecasting, spring ice breakup, Saint John River

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PGW FUTURE CHANGE OF HAIL OVER THE NORTHERN PLAINS AND CANADIAN PRAIRIES BASED ON WRF-HAILCAST SIMULATIONS

Poster Number: 6

Authors:

Daniel Betancourt (University of Manitoba), John Hanesiak (University of Manitoba), George Liu (University of Manitoba), Yanping Li (University of Saskatchewan), Zhenhua Li (University of Saskatchewan), Julian Brimelow (Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Edmonton, AB)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Hail, Extremes, Convection, PGW, WRF

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Assessing the short-term effect of wildfire on peatland water quality through laboratory-based peat soil leaching studies 

Poster Number: 7

Authors:

Charles-Francois de Lannoy (McMaster University), Yichen Wu (McMaster University)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Turning research into policy and management solutions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting,( Big) data science and management, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

peatland leachate, wildfire, water quality, pollution, source water protection

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The relative importance of biophysical and meteorological effects on growing season surface available energy partitioning at high-altitude wetlands in Canadian Rocky Mountain

Poster Number: 8

Authors:

Yi Wang (University of Waterloo), Rich Petrone (University of Waterloo), Mazda Kompanizare (University of Saskatchewan), Adam Green (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Innovations in water science and technology 

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting,(Big) data science and management,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Wetlands, Bowen ratio, Energy partitionning, Sensitivity analysis, 

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Numerical study on water-vapor flow, heat transfer, and solute transport in variably saturated soil during freeze-thaw cycles

Poster Number: 9

Authors:

Xiang Huang (University of Waterloo), David L.  Rudolph (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Soil water and groundwater interaction, seasonally frozen soil, variably saturated flow, groundwater table fluctuations, solute transport

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Influence of climate, topography and soil type on soil P chemistry in croplands of northern glacial-derived landscapes

Poster Number: 10

Authors:

Janina Plach (University of Waterloo), Merrin  Macrae (University of Waterloo), Henry  Wilson (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada), Diogo Costa (Environment and Climate Change Canada), Vivekananthan Kokulan (University of Waterloo), David Lobb (University of Manitoba), Kevin King (USDA-ARS)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

phosphorus, agriculture, soil, climate, topography

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Simulation of Ice Thickness and Phenology on Small Northern Lakes using a Spatially Distributed Thermodynamic Lake Ice Model Coupled with Remote Sensing Observations 

Poster Number: 11

Authors:

Gifty Attiah (Wilfrid Laurier University), Homa Kheyrollah Pour (Wilfrid Laurier University), Andrea Scott (University of Waterloo), Grant Gunn (University of Waterloo), Claude Duguay (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting, (Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

Lake Ice, Modeling, Remote Sensing, Spatial Variability, Thermodynamic Model

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Assessing Arctic and Subarctic Groundwater Vulnerability Factors

Poster Number: 12

Authors:

Selsey Stribling (McGill University), Jeffrey McKenzie (McGill University), David  Rudolph (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Groundwater vulnerability, Permafrost, Arctic, Contamination, 

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Climatic controls on phosphorus fluxes from a bioretention facility in a heavily urbanized catchment using a process-based eco-hydrological model 

Poster Number: 13

Authors:

Bowen Zhou (University of Waterloo), Ariel Lisogorsky (University of Waterloo), Mahyar Shafii (University of Waterloo), Chris Parsons (Environment and Climate Change Canada), Fereidoun Rezanezhad (University of Waterloo), Philippe Van Cappellen (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Bioretention Cell, Phosphorus, Modelling, Urban Stormwater Management, Climate Change

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Upstream 'trigger tributary' influence on temporal variation of ice-jam induced flooding at the Peace-Athabasca Delta using paleolimnological reconstructions.

Poster Number: 14

Authors:

Caleb Girard (University of Waterloo), Jennifer Adams (University of Waterloo), James Telford (University of Waterloo), Johan Wiklund (University of Waterloo), Lauren MacDonald (University of Waterloo), Roland Hall (University of Waterloo), Brent Wolfe (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts, Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Paleolimnology, Trigger tributary, Ice-jam flooding

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Multi-year stream temperature analysis in the Wolf Creek Research Basin, Yukon Territory

Poster Number: 15

Authors:

Joseph Desmarais (McMaster University), Jason  Leach (Canadian Forest Service), Sean Carey (McMaster University)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

hydrology, stream temperature, climate change, subarctic

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d18O and d2H stable water isotope analysis of subalpine forest water sources under seasonal and hydrological stress in the Canadian Rocky Mountains

Poster Number: 16

Authors:

Richard Petrone (University of Waterloo), Lindsey Langs (University of Saskatchewan/University of Waterloo), Pomeroy John (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

subalpine forest, transpiration, evapotranspiration, forest health, water use

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Anammox may promote the anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) in cold wetland soils

Poster Number: 17

Authors:

Heather Townsend (University of Waterloo), Fereidoun Rezanezhad (Ecohydrology Research Group, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada), Stephanie Slowinski (Ecohydrology Research Group, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada), Christina Smeaton (School of Science and the Environment, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Corner Brook, Canada), Merrin Macrae (Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada), Chris Parsons (Watershed Hydrology and Ecology Research Division, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Burlington, Canada), Kara Webster (Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, Sault Ste. Marie, Canada), Philippe Van Cappellen (Ecohydrology Research Group, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Methane, Anammox, Carbon, Nitrogen, Wetlands

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Measuring High Spatial Resolution Snow Depths over Lake Ice using Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) and Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) GPS 

Poster Number: 18

Authors:

Alicia Pouw (Wilfrid Laurier University), Homa Kheyrollah  Pour (Wilfrid Laurier University), Alex MacLean (Wilfrid Laurier University), Coleton Madge (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Snow Depth, Spatial Distribution, Remote Sensing, Lake Ice, 

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Implication of climate change on lake thermal properties and resident algal communities in a dimictic seasonally ice-covered lake

Poster Number: 21

Authors:

Ferdous Nawar (University of Calgary)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting,(Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

Climate change, Northern lakes, Algae , Temperature, 

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Measuring the possible impacts of E.B. Campbell Dam construction and operation on sediment transport in Saskatchewan River through HEC-RAS

Poster Number: 22

Authors:

Lin Li (University of Saskatchewan), Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt (University of Saskatchewan), Carl Gutwin (University of Saskatchewan), Tim Jardine (University of Saskatchewan), Markus Brinkmann (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Sediment Transport modeling, HEC-RAS, Erosion, Deposition, Saskatchewan River

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Spatial Patterns of Legacy Phosphorus in the Lake Erie Basin

Poster Number: 23

Authors:

Lamisa Malik (University of Waterloo), Kimberly J. Van Meter (University of Illinois at Chicago), Nandita Basu (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Nutrient , Water quality, Legacies, Phosphorus, modeling

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Considering the Riverscape When Developing eFlows Frameworks for Deltaic Ecosystems: Exploring the Mackenzie and Saskatchewan River Systems

Poster Number: 24

Authors:

Daniel Peters (Environment and Climate Change Canada), Donald Baird (Environment and Climate Change Canada), Tim Jardine (University of Saskatchewan), Wendy Monk (Environment and Climate Change Canada)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Turning research into policy and management solutions

 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Environmental Flows, Hydrological Indicators, Deltas, Flow Alterations, Mackenzie and Saskatchewan River deltas

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Impacts of rapid urbanization on eutrophication and water quality of a shallow kettle lake in southern Ontario (Lake Wilcox)  

Poster Number: 25

Authors:

Jovana Radosavljevic (University of Waterloo), Mahyar Shafii (University of Waterloo), Steph  Slowinski (University of Waterloo), Fereidoun  Rezanezhad  (University of Waterloo), Philippe Van Cappellen (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting, Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

urbanization, eutrophication, water quality, phosphorus, anoxia

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Western Lake Ontario: Water quality and real estate pricing

Poster Number: 26

Authors:

Tariq Aziz (University of Waterloo), Philippe Van Cappellen (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting, (Big) data science and management, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Lakefront properties, Water quality, Price differential, Price premium, Western Lake Ontario

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Assessment of effective LAI and Water Use Efficiency in Maize and Alfalfa crops, using leaf-scale C3C4PM photosynthesis model and Eddy Covariance tower data

Poster Number: 27

Authors:

Mazda Kompanizare (University of Saskatchewan), Richard Petrone (University of Waterloo), Merrin Macrae (University of Waterloo), Kevin De Haan (University of Waterloo), Myroslava Khomik (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Carbon assimilation, maize-alfalfa, effective LAI, C3-C4-photosynthesis, Eddy Covariance

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Using quantitative wood anatomy to characterize the impact of environmental conditions on inter-annual Picea mariana tree growth in two fen systems, Fort McMurray, Alberta  

Poster Number: 28

Authors:

Karisa Tyler (University of Waterloo), Myroslava Khomik (University of Waterloo), Daniele Castagneri (Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow, and Landscape Research WSL), Patrick  Fonti (Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow, and Landscape Research WSL), Matthew Elmes (University of Waterloo), Richard Petrone (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Boreal, Peatlands, Dendroanatomy, climate change, Black spruce

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The Runoff Model-Intercomparison Project over Lake Erie and the Great Lakes

Poster Number: 30

Authors:

Juliane Mai (University of Waterloo), Bryan Tolson (University of Waterloo), Hongren Shen (University of Waterloo), The GRIP-E/GL team (various)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, (Big) data science and management, Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Model intercomparison, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, Streamflow, Auxiliary datasets

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Facilitating reproducible science: a workflow for setting up SUMMA simulations anywhere on the globe

Poster Number: 31

Authors:

Wouter Knoben (University of Saskatchewan), Shervan Gharari (University of Saskatchewan), Martyn Clark (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Predictive modelling and forecasting, (Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

reproducible science, large-domain modelling, model workflow

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Characterization of spring storms across the continental divide of the Canadian Rockies

Poster Number: 32

Authors:

Nicolas  Leroux (University of Quebec at Montreal), Andre Bertoncini (University of Saskatchewan), Julie M. Theriault (University of Quebec at Montreal), Stephen Dery (University of Northern British Columbia), Ronald Stewart (University of Manitoba), Hadleigh Thompson (University of Quebec at Montreal)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Spring storms, Canadian Rockies, Continental Divide

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Use of Real-Time Sensor Technology to Estimate Selenium Exposure and a Site-specific Effects Threshold Downstream from a Uranium Mill in Northern Saskatchewan

Poster Number: 33

Authors:

Maira Peixoto Mendes (University of Saskatchewan), Beatriz Cupe Flores (University of Saskatchewan), Karsten Liber (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Autonomous sensors, electrical conductivity, selenium, boreal lakes, uranium mill 

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Polarimetric Decomposition and Scattering Mechanics of Freshwater Ice Using UWScat

Poster Number: 34

Authors:

Jake Ferguson (University of Waterloo), Grant Gunn (University of Waterloo), Aaron Thompson (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

(Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

Remote Sensing, Ice

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A semi-distributed water quality model for the Great Lakes Watershed

Poster Number: 38

Authors:

Luca Fabris (McMaster University), Sean K. Carey (McMaster University)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Nutrient transport, water quality model, HYPE

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The Yukon Streamflow Forecasting System: A script-based prototype for a data-scarce basin running on the Cloud

Poster Number: 40

Authors:

Mohamed Elshamy (University of Saskatchewan), Youssef Loukiki (University of Saskatchewan), Alain Pietroniro (University of Calgary), John Pomeroy (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting,(Big) data science and management,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Forecasting, Data Scarce, Cloud Computing, Cold Regions, 

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Implications of preferential wind direction on asymmetric throughfall and redistribution of unloaded snow in needleleaf forests

Poster Number: 41

Authors:

Cob Staines (University of Saskatchewan), John W. Pomeroy (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

snow, accumulation, forests, wind, vegetation

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Impacts of process sequence on parameter identification, groundwater representation and predictive uncertainty in  conceptual hydrological models

Poster Number: 42

Authors:

Befekadu Taddesse Woldegiorgis (University of Saskatchewan), Howard Wheater (University of Saskatchewan), Jill  Crossman (University of Windsor), Martyn Clark (University of Saskatchewan), Tricia Stadnyk (University of Calgary), Ajay Bajracharya (University of Calgary), Andrew Tefs (University of Calgary), Helen Baulch (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

time-invariant parameter, parameter identification, hydrological process, Predictive uncertainty, Bayesian method

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Towards a definition of Essential Mountain Climate Variables    

Poster Number: 43

Authors:

James Thornton (Mountain Research Initiative, University of Bern), et al. 

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,(Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

Mountains, Interdiciplinary, Observations / monitoring

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Working with Indigenous Peoples to advance flood mapping in Canada

Poster Number: 44

Authors:

Paula McLeod (Natural Resources Canada), Jean-Samuel  Proulx-Bourque (NRCan), Alexander Harrison (NRCan), Josee-Anne Langlois (NRCan)

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Flood Mapping, Indigenous Communities, Traditional Knowledge

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Indigenous youth mental wellness and the potential of mHealth

Poster Number: 45

Authors:

Katherine Kim (McMaster University), Christine Wekerle (McMaster University)

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Innovations in water science and technology 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools, Social, economic and health determinants and impacts, Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

resilience, mental wellness, mental health, youth, technology

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Characterizing Arsenic and Mercury Levels in Fish Tissue in the Mushkegowuk Territory, Northern Ontario

Poster Number: 46

Authors:

Camelia Tavakoli (University of Waterloo), Brian  Laird (University of Waterloo), Kelly  Skinner (University of Waterloo), Heidi Swanson (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Social, economic and health determinants and impacts,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Water, Fish, Metal(loid)s, Exposure Assessment, Risk Communication

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Multiple Evidence Base (MEB) Approach: Addressing 'pluralism' in water governance in indigenous settings 

Poster Number: 48

Authors:

Nidhi Nagabhatla (McMaster University), Dawn Martin  Hill  (McMaster University )

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Evidence, Pluralism, Water Governance , Values, indigenous

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Modelling water resource management scenarios of a large multi-purpose Prairie reservoir

Poster Number: 49

Authors:

Julie Terry (University of Saskatchewan), John-Mark Davies (Water Security Agency), Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Water Management, Modelling, Lake

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Wastewater-based surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in Saskatoon

Poster Number: 50

Authors:

Yuwei Xie (University of Saskatchewan), Jonathan Challis (University of Saskatchewan), Femi Oloye (University of Saskatchewan), Mohsen AsadiBagloee (University of Saskatchewan), Jenna Cantin (University of Saskatchewan), Markus Brinkman (University of Saskatchewan), Kerry McPhedran (University of Saskatchewan), Paul Jones (University of Saskatchewan), Mark Servos (University of Waterloo), John Giesy (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Innovations in water science and technology 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

COVID-19, Wastewater-based epidemiology, public health, zoonotic virus, Environmental RNA

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Wetland conservation costs and ecosystem services on the Canadian Prairies

Poster Number: 51

Authors:

Eric Asare (University of Saskatchewan), Patrick Lloyd-Smith (University of Saskatchewan ), Kenneth Belcher (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Wetland Conservation Cost, Economic Drivers, Canadian Prairies, Climate Change,