June 28, 2013 | Posted by Michael "Aquadoc" Campana
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Lots of news about Canada this week – not just my presence in Toronto for the conference at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Underground Intelligence: The need to map, monitor, and manage Canada’s groundwater resources in an era of drought and climate change but also because of the Alberta floods.
Here’s my presentation.
The picture is of the Bow River and downtown Calgary.
Please remember those who suffered through this disaster.
Note: This will likely be the last of these summaries until 19 July. I leave for two weeks in Honduras on 30 June and will have neither the degree of access to the Internet nor the time to prepare these. I won’t be Tweeting and blogging very much.
Click here to access this week’s summary.
“No policy without a calamity.” – Dutch saying
“Such a policy is not necessarily a good policy.” – Campana’s Corollary
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