Cold Regions Eco-Hydrology Field Course

Come to the Scotty Creek Research Station, 11-18 March, 2017 for an intensive field-based course on the physical principles of cold regions eco-hydrology and water resources. This course counts as a High School credit and as a credit toward the Environment and Natural Resources Technology Program (ENRTP) of Aurora College.

For more information please: see the advertisement on the  Environment and Natural Resources website banner.

 OR — download this PDF: scotty-creek-course-advertisement_25-october_revised

Introducing CRRC visiting fellow Dr. Jim McLaughlin

Dr. Jim McLaughlin will be joining Wilfrid Laurier University for a term as a visiting researcher from Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Jim is the inaugural holder of the Cold Regions Research Centre Visiting Fellowship and will be based in the Geography and Environmental Studies department.

Please drop in to welcome Jim to Laurier and introduce yourself on Tuesday October 4th between 10:00 a.m.– 11:00 a.m. in the second floor Viessmann Resource Centre (Arts 2E5). Coffee will be provided.

2016 Cold Regions Research Symposium

It’s that time of year again. Time to host the annual CRRC Research Symposium. A time for Laurier students, postdocs and faculty to come together and share their research, experiences and ideas.For complete agenda go here

This year’s key note speaker is Dr. Ken Hewitt.  All are welcome to attend.hewitt CRRC