July 6, 2015 By Ground Water Canada
July 6, 2015, Vancouver – Simon Fraser University formally launched the
Pacific Water Research Centre during the Canadian Water Summit in
Vancouver June 24-26.
July 6, 2015, Vancouver – Simon Fraser University formally launched the Pacific Water Research Centre during the Canadian Water Summit in Vancouver June 24-26.
The centre builds on water research already underway at
Simon Fraser University, said Faculty of Environmental Dean Ingrid Leman Stefanovic in a news release from the university. "Working with a diverse group of community partners, our researchers
link science with local knowledge to inform policy.
"There are certainly many water centres and institutes in Canada, each
offering value to the study of water challenges. After speaking to a
number of colleagues, as well as Summit participants, it is clear to me
that the Pacific Water Research Centre is unique in a number of ways," Leman Stefanovic said.
The department's website lists the department's unique features and focus on, among other topics, local, national and international research; coastal communities; Aboriginal needs; community engagement; and archaeology and forensic science.
More information on the centre may be found on the university's website .
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