A computer model detailing the origins and extent of nutrient pollution in the Great Lakes watershed has been created by the…
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…
Excessive nutrients – notably phosphorus and nitrogen – are contributing to algal blooms within the Great Lakes. To deal with this issue in the most cost-effective way, it helps to be able to pinpoint the main sources of these two substances.
Hundreds of water professionals gathered for the annual conference of Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) in June in Lethbridge, Alberta.
Work under the International Watersheds Initiative (IWI) is continuing across the United States and Canada, with some research and educational projects wrapping up and others continuing.
Recent studies performed under the IJC’s International Watersheds Initiative (IWI) should provide policymakers and researchers with more information to help make decisions related to fishing, water quality and water withdrawal.
Excessive nutrients flow to the Red River from tributaries in North Dakota, Minnesota and Manitoba. So it seems reasonable that reductions should come from all three jurisdictions.
The Hon. Rob Nicholson may be relatively new to the role of Minister of Foreign Affairs, but hailing from Niagara Falls, as a six-term Member of Parliament he certainly is familiar with the IJC’s role under the Boundary Waters Treaty managing water levels on the Great Lakes and St.
The International Lake of the Woods Basin Water Quality Plan of Study Team will meet to develop a preliminary draft Plan of Study and seek expert input at a technical workshop in International Falls, Minnesota, on March 11-12.