15 Years of Impact on Aquatic Science and Policy
Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) researchers make significant contributions to advancing aquatic sciences, forging industrial partnerships and government collaborations, and building the infrastructure to train and deliver the next generation of water resource scientists in Canada and beyond.
This report highlights some of the major contributions by CRI to aquatic science in Canada over the past 15 years. It showcases the Institute's high-impact research with significant policy, regulatory and management outcomes for river ecosystems, and the contribution to professional development of current and future water resource specialists that could not be possible without the collaborative nature of the CRI network.
What people are saying about CRI
“Co-locating ECCC scientists and technical staff at the Canadian Rivers Institute at UNB-Fredericton has significantly benefited Canadians.
The resulting network of government and academic researchers, students, technicians and postdocs, as well as community and industrial partners, has improved aquatic environmental monitoring and the application of environmental regulations nationally and internationally.
The partnership remains an important part of our ongoing strategy to address pressing environmental and climate change concerns of Canadians.”
Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change