[cgu-hs-l] cgu-hs-l] CGU-HS News 24 February 2014
Daniel.Peters at ec.gc.ca
Mon Feb 24 11:42:53 MST 2014
River Temperature: a Physical, Biological and Climate Change Perspective
March 5-6, 2014 - Université de Moncton, Moncton Campus.
River water temperature is a very important variable in water quality and ecological studies, especially for the management of drinking water, fisheries and aquatic resources. Temperature is becoming increasingly important as high-temperature events pose an environmental stress that is particularly severe for salmon in our rivers. The objective of this conference is to bring together scientists and professionals working in the field of river water temperature to review recent advances in PHYSICAL (e.g., monitoring, modeling, and processes), BIOLOGICAL (e.g., impact on fish, thermal stress) and CLIMATE CHANGE (e.g., future high-temperature events) related issues.
For further information, please contact Daniel Caissie (Daniel.Caissie at dfo-mpo.gc.ca)
Daniel Caissie, (Ph.D., P.Eng. / ing.)
Research Scientist / chercheur scientifique
Fisheries and Oceans / Pêches et Océans
P.O. Box 5030 / C.P. 5030
Moncton, NB, CANADA
Tel: (506) 851-6287
Fax: (506) 851-2620
Daniel.Caissie at dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Daniel Lee Peters, Ph.D., P.Geo.
Research Scientist, Watershed Hydrologist
Watershed Hydrology & Ecology Research Division
Environment Canada @
Water - Climate Impacts Research Centre
POB 3060 STN CSC
University of Victoria.
Victoria BC V8W 3R4
email: Daniel.Peters at ec.gc.ca
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