This conference presents the latest research and monitoring findings on water quality, lower food web, and fish communities. The objectives of the conference are to inform the public and partners on the current status of research and monitoring in Georgian Bay; and elicit input on research and monitoring priorities moving forward. The conference is open to the public and will include presentations from a number of speakers, partner profiles, and breakout sessions for facilitated discussions centred around several key themes.
Join us to learn about:
How climate change is impacting water levels, water quality, and ecosystems
Actions needed to address climate change impacts and mitigate causes of global warming
How nutrient levels are changing in offshore and nearshore environments
How coastal structure and processes influence nutrient gradients
How the lower food web is responding to changes in lake productivity
Status and trends of nearshore and offshore fish communities
Plus, learn about the exciting work that local organizations and First Nations communities are undertaking to improve our knowledge on these topics!