Troubled Waters Webinar Series

March 2021 – This series is now over, but the recordings of each webinar are accessible below. Click each image to reach the live-stream recording posted on FOCA’s YouTube channel.
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FOCA was pleased to be a partner with the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance and the Vale Living with Lakes Centre for this free digital series about the state of our waters, and threats to human and aquatic life.
Here is a quick overview of the 5 talks in the series (videos are below):
  • Feb.4 – Dr. John Gunn, “Imagine Sudbury in 2050: A Global Change Community.”
  • Feb.11 – Dr. Norman Yan, “From Fireplace to Pancakes: Solving the Widespread Problem of Calcium Decline in Ontario, Starting in Sugar Bushes.”
  • Feb.18 – Dr. Sapna Sharma, “On Thin Ice: Are Lakes Feeling the Heat?”
  • Feb.25 – Dr. Andrea Kirkwood, “Using the Community Science Co-Production Model to Inform Lake Management.”
  • Mar.4 – Dr. John Smol, “The Power of the Past: Tracking Lake Ecosystem Changes in an Anthropocene World.”

Videos:

Dr. John Gunn, “Imagine Sudbury in 2050: A Global Change Community”:

Dr. Norman Yan, “From Fireplace to Pancakes: Solving the Widespread Problem of Calcium Decline in Ontario, Starting in Sugar Bushes”:

Dr. Sapna Sharma, “On Thin Ice: Are Lakes Feeling the Heat?”

Dr. Andrea Kirkwood, “Using the Community Science Co-Production Model to Inform Lake Management”:

Dr. John Smol, “The Power of the Past: Tracking Lake Ecosystem Changes in an Anthropocene World”:

Media coverage of this series:

Feb 3, 2021 – Watershed alliance hosts Troubled Waters talk series in Sudbury (Sudbury Star)

Michelle LewinTroubled Waters Webinar Series