A computer model detailing the origins and extent of nutrient pollution in the Great Lakes watershed has been created by the…
The Members of the DHTF can be seen on the Confluence Wiki Website.
The roles of the DHTF include data, oversight, communications, and facilitating stewardship.
Realising the challenges of inconsistent data, and the potential advantages gained by a better alignment of geospatial hydrographic datasets along the international border, the IJC convened the Transboundary Hydrographic Data Harmonization Task Force (DHTF) in 2008.
A digital geospatial hydrographic dataset contains information about an area’s surface water, including its rivers, streams, canals, lakes, ponds, glaciers, dams, coastlines, and watershed boundaries.
The Data Harmonization Task Force was created by the IJC in 2008 to harmonize and combine Canadian and United States datasets of transboundary watersheds to make mapping and analyzing these watersheds easier for public and…
The IJC might not exist if water stopped at the border between Canada and the United States.