Lake Winnipeg Basin Initiative Funding presentation July 2020

CEOS and MMF collaborate on community-based water monitoring

The Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS) and the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) are partnering on a project that will increase Indigenous engagement in the Lake Winnipeg Basin to build watershed resilience. The federally funded initiative under the Lake Winnipeg Basin Program will build upon previous research on Manitoba’s Great Lakes including Lake Winnipeg, Lake Read more about CEOS and MMF collaborate on community-based water monitoring[…]

2019 Freshwater ecology day, Fort Whyte

CEOS at FortWhyte Alive’s Freshwater Ecology Day

Researchers working on the Manitoba Great Lakes Project (MBGL) at CEOS, University of Manitoba, were happy to be invited to once again participate in Freshwater Ecology Day at FortWhyte Alive. Through this program, 78 students and their teachers from 8 different urban and rural Manitoba schools took part in water sampling, water chemistry testing, shoreline restoration with Read more about CEOS at FortWhyte Alive’s Freshwater Ecology Day[…]

2019 Freshwater ecology day, Fort Whyte

UM Today | Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources | UM scientists teach water quality essentials to young learners

Aspiring ecologists gathered at Fort Whyte Alive on October 2 for Freshwater Ecology Day. There they had the opportunity to learn from water quality experts, including those at the University of Manitoba’s Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS). Environmentally-minded Manitoba students visited learning stations about water sampling, water chemistry, shoreline erosion, aquatic invasive species, invertebrates, Read more about UM Today | Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources | UM scientists teach water quality essentials to young learners[…]

Pco2 and AOAsetup on the Fylgja

Lake Winnipeg Survey 1, 2018

by Dallas Korell Background Collaboration efforts between the Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS) and the Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium (LWRC) have begun in an attempt to expand freshwater research in Lake Winnipeg. The research done during the 2018 survey season will be a trial run with Dr. Tim Papakyriakou, focusing largely on examining the Read more about Lake Winnipeg Survey 1, 2018[…]

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UM Today | Microplastics found inside fish from Lake Winnipeg

A recent study by an undergraduate student in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources has found disturbing levels of microplastics in Manitoba waters and in fish from Lake Winnipeg. Click on the above link to read the full article. You can read the CBC article at ow.ly/QEBz30ivzVq

Digital elevation model of the Nelson River Watershed

Digital elevation model of the Nelson River Watershed

Look what we just published! A digital elevation model (DEM) of the Nelson River watershed. This image is a compiliation of a clipped layer of the Canada 3D dataset and the Lake Winnipeg Basin DEM layer produced by Ram Yerbundi at Environment and Climate Change Canada. The DEM was produced in ArcGIS. View the datasets Read more about Digital elevation model of the Nelson River Watershed[…]

Waterhen Lake, MB

Ending Boil-Water Advisories On First Nations Reserves To Cost $3.2B: Parliamentary Budget Officer

Excerpt from the Huffington Post OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget officer estimates it will cost at least $3.2 billion in capital investment to bring First Nations water systems up to the standards of comparable non-Indigenous communities in order to eliminate boil-water advisories by 2020. Read the “Budget Sufficiency for First Nations Water and Wastewater Infrastructure” Read more about Ending Boil-Water Advisories On First Nations Reserves To Cost $3.2B: Parliamentary Budget Officer[…]

Hudson Bay Polar Bear

UM Today | Churchill Marine Observatory receives new federal funding

  In Churchill today, the federal government, through Western Economic Diversification Canada, announced a significant investment to assist Canadians with the cost of food and to generate economic growth, particularly in northern Manitoba. In addition to funds supporting economic growth in the Churchill region, funding support is being provided from key programs and initiatives to advance the Read more about UM Today | Churchill Marine Observatory receives new federal funding[…]

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