A Business Case for Investment in Canadian Community-Based Water Monitoring
The time to coordinate and fund Canada's vibrant culture of community-based water monitoring (CBWM) is NOW.
- WHY CBWM is a cost-effective and scientifically rigorous way for Canadians to collect data on the quality of fresh water across watersheds,
- HOW we need to coordinate and fund these efforts,
- WHEN we need to take action,
- WHAT the role of the burgeoning Canada Water Agency should be.
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