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Changing Winters May Mean Changing Water Levels on the St. Lawrence River

 


Our winters are changing – it doesn’t take a scientist or an engineer to know that it’s not as cold as it used to be and that we tend to have less snow now than we have had in the past.

Jacob Bruxer has noted these changes while spending winters ice fishing, watching birds and skating with his kids on their backyard rink. He also happens to be Sr. Water Resources Engineer at the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Regulation Office of Environment and Climate Change Canada in Cornwall. Bruxer will be the first guest speaker in a brand new year of Science and Nature on Tap hosted by the River Institute that begins on Wednesday, January 16 at 7 p.m. at Schnitzel’s.

Science and Nature on Tap Sessions are free, but seating is limited. For more information or to reserve your seat contact Karen Cooper at 613-936-6620 (229), e-mail kcooper@riverinstitute.ca, or visit http://www.riverinstitute.ca.

 

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