We are very pleased to host a free webinar in celebration of UN World Water Day 2021. Please join us on Monday, March 22, 2021, 12:00 – 1:15 pm EST.
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Dr. Ferdinando Manna, Research Scientist, G360 Institute
Dr. John Cherry, Stockholm Water Prize Winner 2020: 10 reasons Why our Relationship with Groundwater is a Mess
Mr. Matthew Alexander, Project Manager, AECOM: Challenges with Sustainable Water Supplies in a Changing Landscape
Dr. Jonathan Munn, Research Scientist, G360 Institute: Using Sensors to Provide New Insights on Guelph’s Dolostone Aquifer Characteristics
Dr. Beth Parker, Director, G360 Institute
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The International Water Resources Association’s IWRA Online Conference was held virtually from October 28-30th, 2020 with the aim to provide a meeting place to share experiences, promote discussion, and to present new knowledge, research results and new developments in the field of water sciences around the world.
In a session on “Climate Change Effects on Groundwater Resilience (Pollution & Remediation)”, keynote speakers Dr. John Cherry and Dr. Beth Parker presented the talk titled, “Passive approaches for groundwater remediation are most essential in the context of climate change”, now available free online for viewers via the YouTube Link and the IWRA Online Conference site.
To view all recordings, visit https://iwraonlineconference.org/recordings/
The Groundwater Project (GWP), a non-profit organization, registered in Canada, is committed to contribute to advancement in education by creating and making available free, online, high-quality groundwater educational material for all. Led by Dr. John Cherry, and managed by an 11-member international Steering Committee and a larger and globally diverse Advisory Committee, these materials will serve as a compilation of the current state of science, highlighting the essential and increasingly important role groundwater plays in nearly all facets of society as we recognize climate change and anthropogenic activities create increased vulnerability for freshwater resources.
There are now 10 new books available on the site, not including the Freeze and Cherry textbook (1979), Wally and Deanna’s Groundwater Adventure (1993), and DNAPL’s in Groundwater book (1996). Currently, the website has over 22,000 book downloads, from 125 countries and over 3700 registered users on the GWP email list.
The G360 Institute for Groundwater Research is proud to support this online platform for groundwater knowledge and we encourage you to visit gw-project.org/ to view these valuable resources. To learn how you can support this initiative, visit the GWP LinkedIn page to view their fundraising video.