GWF2021 DAY 2 POSTERS

18-MAY

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Temperature and moisture controls on non-growing season CO2 emissions in laboratory incubations with soils from northern peatlands

Poster Number: 52

Authors:

Eunji Byun (University of Waterloo), Fereidoun Rezanezhad (University of Waterloo), Linden Fairbairn (University of Waterloo), Steph Slowinski (University of Waterloo), Nathan Basiliko (Laurentian University), Jonathan Price (University of Waterloo), William Quinton (Wilfrid Laurier University), Pascale Roy-Leveillee (Laval University), Kara Webster (Natural Resources Canada), Philippe Van Cappellen (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: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

northern peatland, CO2 emission, winter soil processes, non-growing season, Q10

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Paleolimnological evidence reveals climate-related preeminence of cyanobacteria  in a temperate meromictic lake

Poster Number: 53

Authors:

Kevin Erratt (University of Saskatchewan), Irena Creed (University of Saskatchewan), Charles  Trick (University of Saskatchewan), Elizabeth  Favot  (Queen's University), Irina Todoran (Western University), Vera Tai (Western University), John Smol (Queen's University)

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

Keywords: 

Cyanobacteria, Paleolimnology , Genetics , Sedimentary pigments, Meromixis

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The characteristics of occurrences and propagation speeds of the Mesoscale Convective Systems east of the Rockies

Poster Number: 54

Authors:

Yunsung Hwang (University of Saskatchewan), Yanping Li (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Mesoscale Convective Systems , Extreme precipitation

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Interlinkages Analysis - Water Quality, Water Extremes and Migration in the Congo Basin: Focus on impacts on Women and Girls

Poster Number: 56

Authors:

Evelyne Onari (McMaster University), Whitley Schamber (McMaster University), Nidhi Nagabhatla (McMaster)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

climate change , water extreme,water quality, women, migration

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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THE DOMINANT ROLE OF SALT EXCLUSION ON THE  FREEZING CHARACTERISTIC CURVE OF LABORATORY AND FIED SOILS

Poster Number: 57

Authors:

Seth Kwaku Amankwah (University of Saskatchewan), Andrew Ireson (University of Saskatchewan), Rosa Brannen (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Freezing point depression, Freezing Characteristic Curve, Salt Exclusion, Generalized Clapeyron Equation, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Potential intensification of hourly precipitation extremes in western Canada: A comprehensive understanding of Clausius-Clapeyron scaling

Poster Number: 58

Authors:

Lintao Li (University of Saskatchewan), Yanping Li (UOS), Zhenhua Li (UOS), Xuebin Zhang (ECCC), Francis Zwiers

(U of Victoria)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Clausius-Clapeyron scaling, Precipitation-temperature scaling, , , 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Application of GNSS Interferometric Reflectometry for Lake Ice Studies; sub-Arctic and mid-Latitude Sites

Poster Number: 59

Authors:

Yusof Ghiasi (University of Waterloo), Claude Duguay (University of Waterloo; H2O Geomatics), Justin Murfitt (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

Keywords: 

GNSS, Reflectometry, Lake Ice, Least Squares Harmonic Estimation (LS-HE), Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Predicting phosphorus cycling and retention in residential catchments and downstream  stormwater ponds using field data, lab analyses and numerical modeling

Poster Number: 60

Authors:

Mahyar Shafii (University of Waterloo), Yubraj Bhusal (UW), Steph Slowinski (UW), William Withers (City of Richmond Hill) Philippe Van Cappellen (UW)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

urban watersheds, phosphorus cycling, stormwater management, hydrological modeling, nutrient control

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Exploring the Environmental Condition Associated with Different Types of Supercell Thunderstorms Over the Canadian Prairies

Poster Number: 61

Authors:

Mostofa Kamal (University of Saskatchewan), Yanping Li (University of Saskatchewan), Zhenhua Li (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Severe Weather, Supercell  Thunderstorms, Tornado, Hailstorms, Extreme rainfall 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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How has local climate change affected lake-water balance at the Peace-Athabasca Delta?

Poster Number: 62

Authors:

Kathleen C. Brown (University of Waterloo), Jennifer K. Adams (University of Waterloo), Johan A. Wiklund (University of Waterloo), James V.K. Telford (University of Waterloo), Roland I. Hall (University of Waterloo), Brent B. Wolfe (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Paleolimnology, Water balance, Climate

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Quantifying the hydrologic response of wetland-dominated landscapes using an upscaled probabilistic fill-and-spill method

Poster Number: 64

Authors:

Mahkameh Taheri (University of Waterloo), James  Craig (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: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Paleolimnology, Water balance,Upscaling, Fill-and-spill, Wetlands, Climate

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Solar radiation and lake algal blooms: The search for a global relationship

Poster Number: 65

Authors:

Jane Ye (University of Waterloo), Hannah  Adams (University of Waterloo), Steph Slowinski (University of Waterloo), Bhaleka Persaud (University of Waterloo), Ishit Ranjan (University of Waterloo), Rahim Barzegar (Wilfred Laurier University), Homa Kheyrollah Pour (Wilfred Laurier University), 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,(Big) data science and management,Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

eutrophication, algal bloom, solar radiation, chlorophyll, machine learning

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Ground penetrating radar data interpretation using electromagnetic field analysis for Canadian subarctic lake ice thickness and snow depth measurement 

Poster Number: 66

Authors:

Jason Skidmore (Wilfrid Laurier University), Homa Pour (Wilfrid Laurier University), Alex MacLean (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: 

Ground Penetrating radar, Snow Depth, Ice Roads

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Growing season carbon and water fluxes of a subalpine wetland in the Canadian Rocky Mountains

Poster Number: 67

Authors:

Richard Petrone (University of Waterloo), Dylan Hrach (University of Waterloo), Adam Green (University of Waterloo), Myroslava Khomik (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

Keywords: 

shading, complex terrain, wetlands, evapotranspiration, carbon dioxide fluxes

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Bias Correction of Regional Climate Simulation for Hydrological Modelling  

Poster Number: 68

Authors:

Zhenhua Li (University of Saskatchewan), Yanping Li (University of Saskatchewan)

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,(Big) data science and management

Keywords: 

bias correction, meteorological forcing, regional climate modelling

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Anthropogenic and climate mediated sediment starvation in river deltas and sustainable management: the case of the Saskatchewan River Delta

Poster Number: 69

Authors:

Eric Akomeah (University of Saskatchewan), Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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How will retreating glaciers and changing weather patterns modify the hydrological processes in an alpine headwater catchment? Insights from Peyto Glacier Research Basin, Canadian Rockies

Poster Number: 70

Authors:

Caroline Aubry-Wake (University of Saskatchewan), John Pomeroy (Center for Hydrology, University of Saskatchewan, Canmore)

Meeting Theme: 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

glacier, CRHM, climate change, streamflow, Peyto

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Simulating fully-integrated surface-subsurface hydrological dynamics in complex Alpine headwaters: the state-of-the-art and outstanding challenges

Poster Number: 71

Authors:

James Thornton (University of Neuchatel), Rene Therrien (Universite Laval), Gregoire  Mariethoz (University of Lausanne)Philip Brunner (University of Neuchatel)

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

Keywords: 

Mountain, integrated surface-subsurface modelling, snow, calibration, geology

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Past and future changes in extreme precipitation across the globe

Poster Number: 72

Authors:

Francis Zwiers (PCIC, University of Victoria), Qiaohong Sun (PCIC, University of Victoria), Chao Li (East China Normal University), Xuebin Zhang (ECCC, Climate Research Division)

Meeting Theme: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

extreme precipitation, climate change detection and attribution, climate change projection

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Headwater creek tracer test shows potential for synthetic DNA to be used as a reliable hydrological tracer

Poster Number: 73

Authors:

Jacqueline Peters (University of Waterloo), Patricija Marjan (University of Waterloo, University of Calgary), Hadi Dhiyebi (University of Waterloo), John Giesy (University of Saskatchewan, Baylor University), Paul Craig (University of Waterloo) Barbara Katzenback (University of Waterloo), Andrew Doxey (University of Waterloo), David Rudolph (University of Waterloo), Mark Servos (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Free DNA, Tracers, Environmental DNA, Surface water, Groundwater

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Potential Release of Phosphorus from Riparian Vegetation in Winter

Poster Number: 74

Authors:

Isaac Noyes (University of Waterloo), Merrin Macrae (University of Waterloo), Janina Plach (University of Waterloo), Will Pluer (University of Waterloo), David Lobb (University of Manitoba), Alexander Koiter (Brandon University)

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,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Phosphorus, Riparian, Biogeochemistry, Cold-climate, Buffer

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Western Lake Ontario: Water quality and real estate pricing

Poster Number: 75

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: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting,(Big) data science and management,Social, economic and health determinants and impacts,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

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

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Delineating a zone of hydrological change at the Peace-Athabasca Delta associated with upstream regulation of Peace River flow using paleolimnological records

Poster Number: 76

Authors:

Anita Ghosh (University of Waterloo), Jelle Faber (Wilfrid Laurier University), Lauren MacDonald (University of Waterloo), Joanne Armstrong (Wilfrid Laurier University), Johan Wiklund (University of Waterloo), James Telford (University of Waterloo), Roland Hall (University of Waterloo), Brent Wolfe (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Flooding, Hydrological reconstruction, Paleolimnology, Lake-level drawdown, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Hydrological responses to climate change in McKenzie Creek subwatershed

Poster Number: 77

Authors:

Tariq Deen (McMaster University), M. Altaf Arain (School of Earth, Environment & Society, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; McMaster Centre for Climate Change, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada), Olivier  Champagne  (School of Earth, Environment & Society, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; McMaster Centre for Climate Change, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada), Patricia  Chow-Fraser  (Department of Biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; McMaster Centre for Climate Change, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada), Nidhi Nagabhatla United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Bruges, Belgium; School of Earth, Environment & Society, Hamilton, Ontario, CanadaDawn Martin-Hill Department of Anthropology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

climate change, streamflow, hydrology, First Nations, Ontario

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Comparing Metabarcoding and Morphological Identification for Zooplankton Community Profiling in Boreal Lake Enclosures

Poster Number: 78

Authors:

Phillip Ankley (University of Saskatchewan), Yuwei Xie (University of Saskatchewan), Tyler Black (University of Guelph), Abigail Debofsky (University of Saskatchewan), McKenzie Perry (University of Manitoba), Michael Paterson( IISD - Experimental Lakes Area), Mark Hanson (University of Manitoba), Scott Higgins (IISD - Experimental Lakes Area), John Giesy (University of Saskatchewan), Vince Palace (IISD - Experimental Lakes Area)

Meeting Themes: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Innovations in water science and technology 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

Zooplankton, Metabarcoding, Freshwater, Boreal, Ecogenomics

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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A Temporal Snapshot of Ecosystem Functionality During the Initial Stages of Reclamation of an Upland-Fen Complex

Poster Number: 79

Authors:

Natasa Popovic (University of Waterloo), Adam Green (University of Waterloo), Myroslava Khomik (University of Waterloo), Richard Petrone (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

From anthropogenic pressures to ecosystem services

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Reclamation, Water Use Efficiency, Ecosystem Function, Carbon, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Capturing Peat Volume Change with Decreasing Pressure Using a NextEngine 3D  Scanner

Poster Number: 80

Authors:

Nicole Balliston (University of Waterloo), Tasha-Leigh Gauthier (University of Waterloo), Jonathan Price (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Reclamation, Water Use Efficiency, Ecosystem Function, Carbon, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Estimating flow velocities of Prairie basins

Poster Number: 81

Authors:

Kevin Shook (University of Saskatchewan), Paul Whitfield (University of Saskatchewan), Christopher Spence (Environment and Climate Change Canada), John Pomeroy (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions 

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

prairie, basin, flow velocity, model

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Spatial models of adjusted precipitation for Canada at varying time scales

Poster Number: 82

Authors:

Heather MacDonald (Canadian Forest Service - Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN)), Daniel McKenney (Canadian Forest Service - NRCAN), Xiaolan Wang (Environment and Climate Change Canada), John Pedlar (Canadian Forest Service - NRCAN), Kevin Lawrence (Canadian Forest Service - NRCAN), Pia Papadopol (Canadian Forest Service - NRCAN), Yang Feng (Environment and Climate Change Canada), Michael Hutchinson. (Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Precipitation, Spatial models, ANUSPLIN, Canada, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Coupled MESH-CLASSIC model for catchment-scale water and carbon cycle studies 

Poster Number: 83

Authors:

Daniel Mutton (McMaster University), Altaf Arain (McMaster)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting

Keywords: 

Hydrological Modelling, CLASSIC, MESH, water flux, carbon flux

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Use of multiple eDNA methods targeting distinct genetic loci to improve congruence of eDNA and conventional survey methods for surveying local stream fish communities

Poster Number: 84

Authors:

Nathanael Harper (University of Waterloo), Heather Ikert (University of Waterloo), Michael Lynch (University of Waterloo), Andrew Doxey (University of Waterloo), Mark Servos (University of Waterloo), John Giesy (University of Saskatoon), Paul Craig (University of Waterloo), Barb Katzenback (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

Environmental DNA, Fish, qPCR, High Throughput Sequencing, Environmental Monitoring

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Real-time Non-contact Water Salinity Measurement Using Planar Resonator-based Microwave Microfluidic Sensor

Poster Number: 85

Authors:

Zahra Abbasi (University of Waterloo), Zahra Abbasi (University of Waterloo), Weijia Cui (University of Waterloo), Carolyn L. Ren (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools

Keywords: 

microwave sensor, microfluidics, noncontact sensing, salinity measurement, 

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Testing and application of RNA-Cleaving DNAzymes for Bioavailable Metal Sensing

Poster Number: 86

Authors:

Gagan Gill (Wilfrid Laurier University), D.Scott Smith (Wilfrid Laurier University), Juewen Liu (University of Waterloo), James McGeer (Wilfrid Laurier University)

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: 

Biosensing, DNAzymes, Bioavailability, Lead, Geochemical Modelling

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Flexible chemiresistive sensor with xurographically patterned gold leaf as contact electrodes for measuring free chlorine

Poster Number: 88

Authors:

Vinay Patel (McMaster University), Peter Kruse (McMaster University), P. Ravi Selvaganapathy (McMaster University)

Meeting Theme: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Flexible sensor, Solid state sensor, Free chlorine, Solid state sensor, Water quality

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Disparate and Aging Environmental Big Data - From Acquisition to Dissemination

Poster Number: 89

Authors:

Doug Mulholland (University of Waterloo), Les Stanfield (EcoHealth Solutions), Don Cowan (University of Waterloo), Paulo Alencar (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Predictive modelling and forecasting, (Big) data science and management,Social, economic and health determinants and impacts,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

Data Management, API, Historical Data, Restructuring, Round-hole/Square-peg

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Ensemble Snow Data Assimilation Methods for Streamflow Forecasting

Poster Number: 90

Authors:

David  Casson (University of Saskatchewan), Martyn P (Clark)

Meeting Themes: 

Innovations in water science and technology 

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

Snow, Forecasting, Assimilation, Hydrology, Prediction

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Towards understanding snowfall and snowpack gauge performance in a subalpine tundra environment 

Poster Number: 93

Authors:

Tyler de Jong (McMaster University), Sean Carey (McMaster University)

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: 

snow, snowfall, snowpack, precipitation

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Comparing lived experiences of peak water in the high mountains of Nepal and Peru

Poster Number: 94

Authors:

Graham McDowell (University of Calgary), Michele Koppes (UBC), Leila Harris (UBC), Kai Chan (UBC), Martin Price (University of Highlands and Islands, Perth College)

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

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

Keywords: 

Peak Water, Vulnerability, Adaptation, Nepal, Peru

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Indigenous Youth and Resilience Scoping Review

Poster Number: 96

Authors:

Olivia Heid (McMaster University), Olivia Heid (McMaster University), Marria Khalid (University of Waterloo), Hailey Smith (Brock University)

Meeting Theme: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

Indigenous, youth, resilience, well-being

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Reducing mercury concentration in Northern Pike in a small Subarctic lake using intensive fishing.

Poster Number: 97

Authors:

Heather Dixon (Wilfrid Laurier University), Jacob Whitehouse (University of Waterloo), Mike Low (Dehcho AAROM), George Low (Dehcho AAROM), Heidi Swanson (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Theme: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

Mercury, Northern Pike, Traditional Knowledge, Dehcho, Intensive Fishing

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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An Indigenous method of co-creating knowledge mobilization for western and Indigenous environmental research

Poster Number: 98

Authors:

Hannah Grewal (McMaster University), Dawn Martin-Hill  (McMaster University), Makasa Looking Horse (McMaster University), Kathryn Chen (McMaster University), Erik Frechette (McMaster University), Charles de Lannoy (McMaster University)

Meeting Themes: 

Knowledge co-creation with Indigenous communities

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Transferable knowledge and tools,Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

knowledge mobilization, co-creation, transdisciplinary, community engagement, indigenous knowledge

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Estimating the Total Economic Costs of Nutrient Emission Reduction Policies to Halt Eutrophication in the Great Lakes

Poster Number: 99

Authors:

Jorge Garcia (University of Waterloo), Roy Brouwer (University of Waterloo), Rute Pinto (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Social, economic and health determinants and impacts

Keywords: 

Great Lakes, Economic costs, Eutrophication, Hydro-economic model, Phosphorous

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs); Monitoring, Managing, and Communicating Risk in Canadian Recreational Resources 

Poster Number: 100

Authors:

Hamidreza Rashidi (University of Saskatchewan),  Helen Baulch (University of Saskatchewan), Arshdeep Gill (University of Saskatchewan), Lalita Bharadwaj (University of Saskatchewan), Lori Bradford (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

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

Keywords: 

Harmful Algal Blooms, Environmental scanning, Blue-green algae surveillance, Risk communications, Environmental monitoring

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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Monitoring of Water Sources in a Saskatchewan Community: Towards Sustainable Water Supplies

Poster Number: 101

Authors:

Abdalla Karoyo (University of Saskatchewan), Elwin Bear (Muskoday First Nations Community), Lalita  Bharadwaj (University of Saskatchewan), Lee Wilson (University of Saskatchewan)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

water quality, baseline monitoring, source water protection, water treatment

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT

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How do different species of Disinfection By-Products compare to water quality guidelines?

Poster Number: 102

Authors:

Pieter Aukes (Wilfrid Laurier University), Tammy Guo (University of Waterloo), Jordyn Atkins (University of Waterloo), Jason Venkiteswaran (Wilfrid Laurier University), Michael English (Wilfrid Laurier University), Richard Elgood (University of Waterloo), Sherry Schiff (University of Waterloo)

Meeting Themes: 

Turning research into policy and management solutions

Climate-driven changes of water environments in cold regions

Cross-cutting challenges and opportunities: 

Stakeholder engagement and knowledge mobilization

Keywords: 

disinfection by product, dissolved organic matter, water quality, water guidelines

The presenter will be available 18-May from 12:30 - 1:30 EDT