IISD Experimental Lakes Area 2016-2017 Annual Report
In a world where water and its health are under constant threat, it is up to the world’s freshwater laboratory to continually push the envelope when it comes to how we tackle those threats.
In this year's annual report, we explore how IISD Experimental Lakes Area is innovating in the arena of freshwater science, not just to improve its own research, but also to advance limnology across the world.
Senior Director, Fresh Water & Executive Director, IISD-ELA
Deputy Director, IISD-ELA
Editorial & Communications Manager, IISD Experimental Lakes Area
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Senior Communications Manager
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