A Year in the Life of the World’s Freshwater Laboratory: IISD Experimental Lakes Area Annual Report 2018-2019
Want to spend a year at the world's freshwater laboratory in beautiful northwestern Ontario from the comfort of your very own sofa/footstool/seating vessel of choice?
IISD Experimental Lakes Area's 2018-2019 annual report is a handy wall calendar for 2020 that takes you through a year in the life of our research—from braving the freezing January temperatures to monitor lakes to welcoming visitors and students in the summer and throughout the year.
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Senior Director, Fresh Water & Executive Director, IISD-ELA
Deputy Director, IISD-ELA
Editorial & Communications Manager, IISD Experimental Lakes Area
Head Research Scientist, IISD-ELA
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