- Posters and Presentations
Minnes, S. (2021, January). Human Dimensions of Agricultural Drainage in Saskatchewan (Contributed). Prairie Water Virtual APM 2021. https://youtu.be/9ALmp1YlVdM
Selby, D. (2021, January). Wetland Drainage and Management Scenarios. Prairie Water Virtual APM 2021. https://youtu.be/hi9lKaH8TOY
Cavaliere, E. (2021, January). Predicting Phosphorus Concentrations in Prairie Streams. Prairie Water Virtual APM 2021. https://youtu.be/KNZcsywAohg
Klicper, D. (2021, January). Tucker Lake Case Study: Wetland Drainage Phosphorus Impact Assessment. Prairie Water Virtual APM 2021. https://youtu.be/jd2x02hObk0
Loring, P.A., Harrison, H. (2020, September). Transforming Conflict over Natural Resources. American Fisheries Society Virtual Annual Meeting.
Cavaliere, E., Wolfe, J.D, Baulch, H.M., Whitfield, C.J., Clark, R.G., Spence, C., Mekonnen, B., Asare, E. (2020, May). An approach for assessing changes to ecosystem services on the Canadian Prairie using integrated models of economics, hydrology, biogeochemistry, and ecology (Online meeting due to covid-19). North American Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology
- Peer-Reviewed Publications (published only)
Minnes, S., V. Gaspard, P. A. Loring, H. Baulch, S-P. Breen. 2020. Transforming conflict over natural
- Other Research Contributions
Emily Cavaliere, Helen Baulch, Nandita Basu, Jared Wolfe, Colin Whitfield, Robert Clark, Chris Spence, Kevin Shook, Zhihua He. When wetlands disappear, what happens? An approach for assessing changes to ecosystem services using integrated models of hydrology, biogeochemistry and biodiversity. Institute for Wetland and Waterfowl Research: Research Roundup Webinar. Ducks Unlimited Canada. Invited. February 2021.
Emily Cavaliere, Jared Wolfe, Helen Baulch, Nandita Basu, Colin Whitfield, Balew Mekonnen, Eric Asare, Robert Clark & Chris Spence. Using integrated models of economics, hydrology and biogeochemistry to assess changes to ecosystem services on the Canadian Prairies. Global Water Futures Third Annual Open Science Meeting. June 2020. Virtual
- Other Outputs and Events
This is a submitted paper from our ‘sister’ project Prairie Water. It is a scientific synthesis statement aimed at helping to attain a common understanding of the changes associated with wetland drainage.
Baulch, Whitfield, Wolfe, Basu, Bedard-Haughn, Belcher, Clark, Ferguson, Hayashi, Ireson, Lloyd-Smith, Loring, Pomeroy, Shook, Spence. Synthesis of Science: Findings on Canadian Prairie Wetland Drainage (minor revisions requested: Canadian Water Resources Journal).