Victoria and Islands-District 3
Event PD type
Agrology CE – Informal

The “alpine water tower” of the western cordillera supplies freshwater across much of western Canada. How will ongoing climate change alter water availability from this enormous and critically important source? What regions are most vulnerable to changes in runoff seasonality and volume? A recent paper by Environment and Climate Change Canada scientists provides a research review and synthesis to answer these questions as best as possible with the currently available data. Join the BCIA’s reading club session for an opportunity to discuss the paper.

There will be a brief introduction and prompts for discussion, but the session will generally be an open space for discussion, collaboration, and networking about a common interest. All Branches are welcome to join. The discussion will be led by Natasha Cowie, P.Ag., a River Forecast Centre hydrologist and president-elect of the BCIA’s Victoria & Islands Branch. All Branches are welcome to join.

Please read the article prior to the reading session HERE.

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Meeting information:

Topic: Vic & Is Reading Group - Western Canadian Freshwater Availability: Current and Future Vulnerabilities

Time: Sep 19, 2023 07:00 PM Vancouver

Meeting ID: 836 6564 6606

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Passcode: 311566

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