Our world-class research and experts are often featured in media across the globe.

See below to see the latest media releases from IISD Experimental Lakes Area and features in media. If you wish to speak to one of our experts, contact Sumeep Bath, media and communications officer at IISD Experimental Lakes Area at [email protected] or +1 (204) 958-7700 ext. 740.

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IISD-ELA in the News | Winnipeg Free Press | July 31, 2017

Algae explosion fouls Lake Winnipeg

"Matt McCandless, executive director of IISD Experimental Lakes Area, said he doesn’t yet know how the lake’s zebra mussel problem will impact the algae, but said Lake Erie researchers saw algae increase in beach areas when the mussels arrived."

IISD-ELA in the News | The Conversation | July 20, 2017

Millions of lakes right in our backyard serve as windows into Earth’s origins

"The Lake Matano discoveries had special significance for Dr. Sherry Schiff in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Waterloo. Her long history of studying freshwater habitats, including those at the International Institute for Sustainable Development — Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA) in northern Ontario, helped her formulate a hypothesis."

IISD-ELA in the News | Kenora Daily News and Miner | July 10, 2017

Experimental Lakes Area scientists take to Twitter to answer questions from public

"For the month of July, people can tweet at the IISD-ELA Twitter account with any questions they may have for Experimental Lakes Area scientists with the hashtag #ELA140, whether it’s about climate change, different pollutants, invasive species, or what exactly happens at the ELA, a natural laboratory made up of 58 small lakes and their watersheds near Vermilion Bay. The catch, of course, is the researchers have to respond in 140 characters or less."

IISD-ELA in the News | CKDR | July 6, 2017

Experimental Lakes Area Questions Take To Twitter

"The International Institute for Sustainable Development, which operates the Experimental Lakes Area west of Vermillion Bay is taking questions on Twitter. You can tweet questions to the scientists about freshwater research and they will respond with a challenging 140 characters or less response."