A Climate Mural for Our Times


“Present–2200 CE” (the sixth panel of the A Climate Mural for Our Times mural artwork), Gennadiy Ivanov, 2022, oil on canvas, size of the whole mural 10m × 1.5m, courtesy of the artist.

A Climate Mural for Our Times

Visual Earth
Volume 6, Issue 12

December 15, 2023

“…In A Climate Mural of Our Times, artist Gennadiy Ivanov, working together with climate scientists from the Universities of East Anglia and Saskatchewan, illustrates the interactions between climate, sea level, and society in the context of the Norfolk coastline and city of Norwich…”

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Events: Hydrology Seminars, June 13

We are pleased to announce two Hydrology Seminars on Thursday, July 13th by Professors Döerthe Tetzlaff and Chris Soulsby. The seminars will be held at the Coldwater Lab in Canmore and on Zoom.

Prof. Dörthe Tetzlaff – July 13 @ 10 am MDT/CST
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Döerthe Tetzlaff is Professor of Ecohydrology at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Head of Department “Ecohydrology & Biogeochemistry” at IGB Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Germany. Prof. Tetzlaff’s presentation is entitled:  Ecohydrological fluxes and storage dynamics in a drought sensitive lowland catchment, Germany.

Prof. Chris Soulsby – July 13 @ 2 pm MDT/CST
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Chris Soulsby is Professor of Hydrology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Prof. Soulsby’s presentation is entitled: The last salmon? Impacts of climate change on the ecohydrology of mountain streams in the Cairngorm National Park, Scotland.

Banff records hottest May ever, Athabasca Glacier melts over winter

Banff records hottest May ever, Athabasca Glacier melts over winter
Cathy Ellis
Rocky Mountain Outlook
June 8, 2023

“It was the fastest snow melt I’ve ever seen…I’ve never seen anything like this,” said John Pomeroy, director of the University of Saskatchewan’s Centre for Hydrology in Canmore and the Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change.

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USask-led Global Water Futures marks the end of an era and looks to the future

USask-led Global Water Futures marks the end of an era and looks to the future
Mark Ferguson
Global Institute for Water Security and Global Water Futures
University of Saskatchewan
May 21, 2023

Hundreds of scientists and researchers from across Canada have gathered in Saskatoon for the finale of the world’s largest university freshwater research program, a seven-year initiative led by the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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