Poster (promo)
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PARTNER CONTENT - Event poster inviting artists to lead a workshop as part of the Great Art for Great Lakes series

General GAGL event promotion; region-specific posters (Norfolk, Six Nations and Haldimand County) were also produced/used.​

February 28, 2019

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Artist information session presentation to Norfolk County


An overview of Lake Erie, the Norfolk watershed and water system, and a brief introduction to the Grand-Erie study and other research in the area.

March 19, 2019

Study Document
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Information Letter - Great Art for Great Lakes workshops

Information about the Grand-Erie study and how Great Art for Great Lakes feedback questionnaires will be used in the research.

April 27, 2019

Study Document
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Questionnaire and Great Art for Great Lakes feedback form

Questionnaire used at GAGL events to collect feedback for our partner and data on public perspectives for the Grand-Erie study.​

April 27, 2019

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Monitoring in the Grand-Erie Interface: a framework in consideration of cumulative effects

Results of the ​monitoring review completed in November 2018 (improved and completed August 2019) as well as a review of exploratory results.  Presented at the Global Water Futures Annual Science Meeting at University of Saskatchewan.

May 16, 2019

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Workhop presented at the Canadian Water Resources Association National Conference


As part of participant observation, we partnered with another researcher to co-lead a workshop on engaging stakeholders and Indigenous rightsholders for water management purposes.

May 26, 2019

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Draft paper presented at the Canadian Water Resources Association National Conference


Discussed early results of the Grand-Erie study and approaches we are taking to ensure the more equitable d​esign of water monitoring, management and related shared spaces.

May 28, 2019

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A shared resource: Shared spaces, accessibility and collaboration in freshwater monitoring & management

Highlighted how the Grand-Erie study ​uses collaborative approaches to promote equitable practice in water research and management.

June 4, 2019

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Meaningful engagement and equity considerations in co-created research and action

Panel presentation for the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development at at the Congress 2019​ conference.  Presentation highlighted some challenges of academia for equitable research relationships, detailed lessons from multiple projects, and raised some guiding questions.

June 6, 2019

Study Document
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Information, Registration and Consent Letter - Photojournalism workshop

Information about the study for participants in the photojournalim workshop, followed by consent form and workshop registration.

June 9, 2019

Poster (promo)
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Event poster promoting the photojournalism workshop

Posted at various locations in Haldimand County.​

June 9, 2019

E-poster (promo)
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Online and email promotion for the photojournalism workshop

Sent out on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and through various email lists.

June 9, 2019

Study Document
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Photojournalism workshop booklet


What is photojournalism? How do I take a great photo? How do I submit an image to the photo competition? This booklet was used during the competition launch workshop.​

July 13, 2019


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Rethinking the framework: consideration of cumulative effects in (bio)monitoring in the lower Grand River and nearshore Lake Erie

Presentation to the Grand River Fisheries Management Plan Implementation Committee.  The goal was to introduce the research to the Committee and discuss possibilities for the research to contribute to the Committee's current activities and decisions.  Also, consultation on the direction of the research occurred.


May 2, 2018

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Criteria-based ranking (CBR): A comprehensive process for selecting and prioritizing monitoring indicators


A new approach to selecting and/or prioritizing monitoring indicators (e.g., what is being measured) that emerged from our exploratory study in the Muskoka River Watershed.  The process will be adapted/improved upon in the current Grand-Erie study.  This paper is freely-accessible by anyone (no subscription).

October 23, 2018

Study Document
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Information and Consent Letter - Key Informant Interviews

Information about the study for Key Informant Interviews, followed by consent form.

October 29, 2018

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Comparative review of freshwater monitoring approaches towards consideration of cumulative effects. 


Early outcomes of the initial​monitoring review completed in November 2018 (improved and completed August 2019).  Presented at McMaster University World Water Week conference.

November 20, 2018

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Comparative review of freshwater monitoring approaches towards consideration of cumulative effects. 


Early outcomes of the initial​monitoring review completed in November 2018 (improved and completed August 2019).  Presented at the Global Water Futures stakeholder meeting at University of Waterloo.

December 5, 2018

2016-2017 (exploratory study materials)

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Preparing for climate change in Muskoka: Strengthening watershed monitoring and reporting in a changing future.


Workshop presentation sharing early outcomes ​of the exploratory study.  This presentation was used to lead the workshop activity that provided the rest of the study data.

August 5, 2016

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A Resilient Watershed: Applying an Integrative and Adaptive Approach to the Long-Term Management of the Muskoka Watershed


Poster with results from the exploratory study in Muskoka.  Presented at Muskoka Summit on the Environment – Solutions for a Warming World (‘Warming World Summit’) and at McMaster Water Week conference.

Muskoka: May 27, 2016

McMaster: October 28, 2016

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Monitoring and Reporting in Canadian Watersheds: Recommendations from a Muskoka, Ontario Case Study


Lunch-and-learn presentation to South Nation Conservation to share results of our exploratory research in Muskoka.​

February 7, 2017

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Integrating water monitoring and management in Ontario, Canada


Poster with results from the exploratory study in Muskoka.  Presented at Ontario Climate Consortium and at ​Elsevier 4th International Water Research Conference: The Role of Water Technology Innovation in the Blue Economy.

OCC: May 11-12, 2017

Elsevier: September 12, 2017

This research is part of the nationwide Global Water Futures research initiative at University of Waterloo (Lake Futures group).  Global Water Futures is funded by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund in partnership with participating institutions.  The research is also supported by the University of Waterloo.
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