Even during the winter, researchers at the world’s freshwater laboratory need to track the location of fish in certain lakes. Needless to say, it’s a bit more of a complex task when everything is frozen over.
Want to know why Canadian scientists spend their winters taking samples of snow, and then measuring the water and chemical content? We explain all…
Video | Jun 13, 2017
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Some interesting results have come from IISD-ELA research on the impact of estrogen on fresh water. This short video explains how we researched the issue, and what we discovered.
Ever since its inception, IISD-ELA has been researching what causes algal blooms in fresh water bodies. This short video explains our work on phosphorus and nitrogen at IISD-ELA, and what impact it has gone on to have on policy around the world.
Video | Jan 5, 2017
‘The Watershed’, a play inspired by IISD Experimental Lakes Area, is coming to Winnipeg! Hear IISD-ELA’s executive director, Matt McCandless speak with the playwright Annabel Soutar about the play and the new era of the world famous research site.
Video | Sep 23, 2016
Ken Sandilands explains why IISD-ELA has been running a Meteorological and Atmospheric Chemistry Monitoring Site since 1969.