Groundwater sustainability across scales: from partnering with Indigenous communities to contributing to global initiatives
University of Victoria
As a hydrogeologist, Tom is interested in groundwater sustainability, regional- to continental-scale groundwater systems, groundwater-surface water interactions and fluid flow around geologic structures.
Tim Kulchyski is a Biologist and Member of Cowichan Tribes who grew up on the banks of the Xwulqw'selu Sta'lo'. Tim has worked with a variety of clients assessing upland, freshwater, and marine ecosystems for 25 years. His work often involves examining the impacts of development on cultural values. Tim has travelled extensively, studying the interaction between resource issues and cultural heritage. Over the past several years he was involved in a major Hul’qumi’num language revitalization initiative. Tim has been a member of the Cowichan Watershed Board since its inception in 2010.
This lecture is part of the GIWS Distinguished Lecture Series 2022. Click below for more information on the series, including a full schedule and an archive of previous years.
- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST
- NHRC Room 1261 or Online