Centre for Hydrology student Dhiraj Pradhananga will defend his Ph.D. thesis Response of Canadian Rockies Glacier Hydrology to Changing Climate
- Date: Monday, January 6, 2020
- Time: 12:00 P.M.
- Place: University of Saskatchewan – Room 118 Thorvaldson Building
Everyone is invited to attend.
Dr. Martin Sharp, Earth and Atmospheric Professor at the University of Alberta will present a seminar on Hypersaline subglacial lakes beneath the Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut.
MADRID, SPAIN – At the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid, Spain (COP25), University of Saskatchewan (USask) scientists are focusing attention on the world’s changing mountain snowpacks, glaciers, vegetation, and long-term effects that the thaw of snow and ice are having on the world’s freshwater and ocean water. Continue reading
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