International Association of Great Lakes Researchers 2020 Conference Online
IAGLR 2020 will now be taking place online as a virtual conference from June 9 to 11, 2020.
IISD Experimental Lakes Area—the world's freshwater laboratory—is proud to present IAGLR's 63rd Annual Conference, 2020: Focusing on the Future.
Be sure to mark it in your calendars from June 9 to 11, 2020.
We may not be able to gather in person, but we can keep the IAGLR conference tradition alive.
Enjoy three days of our live virtual program with plenaries and other large “ballroom” gatherings, including the IAGLR Business Meeting and panel discussions. In addition, an online gallery of prerecorded technical talks will open on June 5.
One upside of a virtual conference is that you don't have to choose between concurrent sessions; with all recordings available through July 5, you'll have plenty of time to catch up on a variety of Great Lakes science topics.
Join The World's Freshwater Laboratory to Launch a Field Season like No Other
Pour yourself a glass of wine and join IISD Experimental Lakes Area for this hour-long exploration of how we are managing to stay functional in a new normal.
Amateur Cyclists Ride from Winnipeg to IISD-ELA—all in the name of freshwater science
On August 30, a group of amateur cyclists will don their helmets and hit the road for an ambitious, three-day, 500-km road trip from Winnipeg, through the United States and the Lake Winnipeg watershed, to IISD Experimental Lakes Area.
Learn About Groundbreaking New Research Into Oil Spills at the World’s Freshwater Laboratory
Vince Palace is inviting all those who are interested in science and protecting fresh water to join IISD Experimental Lakes Area for a public presentation at Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, on exciting upcoming research on oil spills.
IISD-ELA Speaks to Winnipeg about Upcoming Research on Oil Spills
Vince Palace is inviting all Winnipeggers who are interested in science and protecting fresh water to join IISD Experimental Lakes Area for a public presentation on exciting upcoming research on oil spills.