Ottawa to fund $5M study of effects of climate change on western Canadian rivers

Calgary Herald: From the Rockies to the Prairies and the Arctic to the United States border, a $5 million investment will allow scientists to study Western Canada’s major river systems and how they are affected by climate change. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada has announced seven environmental projects that will receive about $32 million in funding over five years through the Climate Change and Atmospheric Research initiative. It includes $5 million for the Changing Cold Region......

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