Lake Diefenbaker the focus of GIWS collaborative research project

Associate professor showcased in special issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research

An associate professor of GIWS has published an article on Lake Diefenbaker that represents the first comprehensive examination of the reservoir in 30 years.

Showcasing the reservoir’s limnology and susceptibility to a changing climate, Dr. Jeff Hudson with the Department of Biology is featured in the Newsletter of the Society of Canadian Limnologists in a special issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research.

The research represents collaboration between the Global Institute for Water Security, the Universities of Regina, Waterloo, Minnesota and Oregon, and the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (SWSA).

The largest source of water in Southern Saskatchewan, Lake Diefenbaker plays a pivotal role in the rapidly developing provincial economy.

Click here to read the article.​

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