What Canada’s melting glaciers tell USask researchers

GIWS researcher uses Fort McMurray model to develop ice-jam flood mitigation assessment process

University of Saskatchewan and Innovate Canmore partner to boost technology innovation and impact

USask partners with Indigenous communities and City of Saskatoon on COVID-19 wastewater study funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada

USask model for predicting mountain snowpack provides clearer picture of spring runoff, impacts of climate change

New USask research takes aim at improving water security, gender equity, and international co-operation

Saskatoon COVID-19 wastewater testing results now available to public

'The continents are drying out:' New USask research shows troubling water trends

Announcing the 2021 GIWS Research Excellence Award Recipients

Virtual Water Gallery brings together a world of art and science 

Scientists measure new depths at the bottom of the hydrologic cycle

USask professors aim to help Saskatchewan kids notice nature this summer

USask researchers awarded over $5 million in NSERC Discovery Grants

'Major issue in climate change': New modelling predicts the nature of extreme rainstorms in the U.S. is changing

GIWS Researcher Receives CSSS Fellowship

GIWS Researcher Receives Long Term Service Award from International Association of Hydrogeologists

GIWS Members Contribute Chapter to National Issues Report

NSERC CREATE for Water Security leaves lasting impact

Managing water supply in changing times

Important environmental issues tackled in two timely new USask courses

USask PhD student seeks to better design agricultural drainage projects as farmers face more extreme precipitation

USask Ranked No. 15 Globally, No. 1 in Canada, for Water Resources Research

Agricultural Rebound Phenomenon: USask researchers warn of increased water demand on the South Saskatchewan River Basin

Deep Water: Researchers find more below than previously thought

USask researcher participates in national water survey as part of oil sands research

USask research aims to identify how ‘thirsty’ forests affect water availability

USask water expert named to list of world’s most highly-cited researchers

Global Institute for Food Security at USask announces new Bangladesh office and new Research Chair

USask researcher’s cutting-edge buoy aims to secure water source for Regina and Moose Jaw

USask researchers angling to protect fish from chemical contamination