CBM In Action: North Slave Métis Alliance
August 28, 2019
Community-based monitoring groups of all shapes and sizes are taking action to protect rivers, lakes and wetlands. These are the amazing people and initiatives that inspire us to do the work we do here at DataStream.
In this video Nicole Goodman from the North Slave Métis Alliance talks about the work they are doing to monitor water and address community concerns, including around the impacts of legacy arsenic from Giant Mine.
DataStream.org is the new, central home for information about DataStream. Whether you are interested in finding out what we’re up to, are looking for technical documentation or want to read inspiring stories about how communities are transforming data into action, DataStream.org has all of this and more.
What’s the state of Canadian lakes? When University of Sherbrooke’s Yannick Huot tried to answer that question, he couldn’t find the data he needed.
Meghan joined us at the beginning of the year right after finishing her master's degree at the University of Waterloo. Her studies focused on nutrient contamination in the Lake Erie basin. She used long-term data and process-based models to predict past, present, and future nitrogen storage in the surrounding sub-basins of Lake Erie. Meghan will be contributing to the continued development of DataStream by working with data contributors and users across the Great Lakes region and beyond.