Upper Athabasca Data is Now Online!

February 8, 2018

Who is collecting the data?

The Upper Athabasca Community Based Monitoring program involves volunteers from three local stewardship groups:   The Green Foundation   of Edson, the   Central Athabasca Stewardship Society   of Fort Assiniboine and the   Tawatinaw Watershed Stewards   of Tawatinaw.

Thanks to the hard work of Upper Athabasca Community Based Monitoring Program and their volunteers, everyone now have access to these important datasets.

From the DataStream team, we would like to provide a BIG welcome to the Upper Athabasca Community Based Monitoring Program!

The Upper Athabasca Community Based Monitoring program depends on the generosity of donors. If you are interested in finding out more contact uathcbm(at)gmail.com

DataStream now has data from the southern reaches of the Basin all the way to the north! But there is still lots more data that needs to be made openly available, if you are interested in providing or helping communities bring their data online please contact us.

Meet Our Team: Meghan McLeod

Meet Our Team: Meghan McLeod

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.  

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Lilian bending over while ankle deep in a lake --- Lilian se penche alors qu'elle plonge dans un lac jusqu'à la cheville

Meet our team: Lilian Tran

As part of our ongoing staff feature series, we are thrilled to profile DataStream’s Operations Coordinator, Lilian Tran!

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