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Global Water Futures

Global Water Futures: Solutions to Water Threats in an Era of Global Change (GWF) is a University of Saskatchewan-led research program to deliver risk management solutions--informed by leading-edge water science and supported by innovative decision-making tools--to manage water futures in Canada and other cold regions where global warming is changing landscapes, ecosystems, and the water environment. The GWF program aims to position Canada as a global leader in water science for cold regions and will address the strategic needs of the Canadian economy in adapting to change and managing risks of uncertain water futures and extreme events.

Keshav, Kuljeet; Haghnegahdar, Amin; Elshamy, Mohamed; Gharari, Shervan; Razavi, Saman
Vionnet, Vincent; Fortin, Vincent; Gaborit, Etienne; Roy, Guy; Abrahamowicz, Maria; Gasset, Nicolas; Pomeroy, John
Fang, Xing; Pomeroy, John; DeBeer, Chris; Harder, Phillip; Siemens, Evan
Tetlock, Erica; Toth, Brenda; Berg, Aaron; Rowlandson, Tracy; Ambadan, Jaison Thomas
Bam, Edward; Brannen, Rosa; Budhathoki, Sujata; Ireson, Andrew; Spence, Chris; Van der Kamp, Garth
Rasouli, Kabir; Pomeroy, John; Janowicz, J. Richard; Williams, Tyler; Carey, Sean
Coles, Anna; Russell, Mark; Onclin, Cuyler; Helgason, Warren; Peterson, Amber; Solohub, Michael; McDonnell, Jeffrey
Asong, Zilefac Elvis; Wheater, Howard; Pomeroy, John; Pietroniro, Alain; Elshamy, Mohamed
Peterson, Amber; Helgason, Warren; Ireson, Andrew
Whitfield, Paul H.; Pomeroy, John
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