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Horizon Europe project to enhance animal health and welfare in EU fish farming

A new project funded by the EU Horizon Europe programme aims to optimise animal health and welfare within the European fish farming sector.

Digital tools to revolutionise agriculture

Digital tools can assist sustainable production, but farmers must weigh opportunities and risks when deciding whether to embrace such tools.

Regime shift in Arctic ecosystem is likely to be irreversible

Large numbers of whales are dwelling previously ice infested water, indicating that changes in a Greenland Arctic ecosystem are permanent.

CAPTICO2: Elevating carbon capture through cutting-edge CO2 mineralisation technologies

How to lower the emissions of hard-to-abate industries with economically attractive carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies.

Greener ship recycling aids workers, environment

The drive for greener ship recycling across Europe, as well as the drive to cultivate safer working conditions for labourers at these yards, has...

Sustainable aquaculture: the solution to food procurement?

In the face of plastic pollution, global warming and overfishing, can sustainable aquaculture offer a solution to our procurement needs? Aquaculture production, the rearing and...

European waste prevention policy: an overview

INN speaks to Piotr Barczak, senior policy officer for waste at the European Environment Bureau, about the importance of waste prevention. The amount of waste...

Climate neutral Europe: the EU’s vision for 2050

The European Commission’s Mauro Petriccione explains the seven strategic building blocks that will be required to achieve a net zero greenhouse gas EU economy...

Clean coal technology: an overview

Innovation News Network covers how clean coal technology could save the lives of over 22,000 European citizens and explains how clean coal actually works. How...

Capacitive Transfer System: transforming the electricity sector

Enertechnos explains the changes in the way electricity is generated and consumed and outlines how its Capacitive Transfer System is capable of reducing electric...

Blue growth: remote monitoring and energy for fish farms

Smalle Technologies has developed a range of smart, environmentally friendly products to boost sustainability in the blue growth sectors of aquaculture and offshore energy. As...

Low-carbon liquid fuels: FuelsEurope’s 2050 vision

A low-carbon liquid fuels pathway to long term CO2 reduction in transport – FuelsEurope examines the future for clean transport. The EU established a goal...

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Partner Showcase > Ecohydrology Research Group

Here you will find the latest ecohydrology news, eBooks, and special reports from the Ecohydrology Research Group. The ERG is led by Philippe Van Cappellen and focuses on advancing the predictive understanding of the natural and human determinants of water quality.

Elucidating water quality controls across scales

The Ecohydrology Research Group (ERG) was established in 2011 at the University of Waterloo with funding from the Canada Excellence Research Chairs (CERC) programme. The group is led by Philippe Van Cappellen and focuses on advancing the predictive understanding of the natural and human determinants of water quality. Our overarching goal is to enhance...

Developing innovative techniques to investigate winter soil processes

Professors Philippe Van Cappellen and Fereidoun Rezanezhad from the Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute at the University of Waterloo discuss how they are...

Aquatic ecosystem services: From concept to economic valuation

The University of Waterloo’s Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Resources Economics Research Group detail how vital it is to optimise our aquatic ecosystem services, ensuring...

Exploring the impacts of nutrient legacies on cultural eutrophication

Professor Phillippe Van Cappellen and Stephanie Slowinski from the Ecohydrology Research Group, University of Waterloo, discuss how nutrient legacies affect cultural eutrophication, a process...

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Peatlands and climate change: from threat to cure

Sustainable management of peatlands and mitigating climate change: Waterloo’s Ecohydrology Research Group helps close key knowledge gaps. Peatlands are a valuable but vulnerable natural resource....

Biogeophysics: exploring the Earth’s subsurface biosphere

The Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute are using their research in biogeophysics to develop tools to observe the Earth’s subsurface biosphere. The Earth’s shallow...

The University of Waterloo reconciles agriculture and water quality

Agricultural nutrient legacies delay the recovery of healthy aquatic ecosystems, according to researchers from the University of Waterloo, Canada. Agriculture is a dominant source of...

Road salt: The silent threat to urban lakes

The use of de-icing salts to clear roads and sidewalks in winter is a stressor of lake ecosystems. New research from the Ecohydrology Research...

Investigating the impacts of climate change on northern peatlands

The ERG are investigating how northern peatlands respond to anthropogenic disturbances, land-use changes, and climate warming.

Digital tools to revolutionise agriculture

Digital tools can assist sustainable production, but farmers must weigh opportunities and risks when deciding whether to embrace such tools.

Horizon Europe project to enhance animal health and welfare in EU fish farming

A new project funded by the EU Horizon Europe programme aims to optimise animal health and welfare within the European fish farming sector.

CAPTICO2: Elevating carbon capture through cutting-edge CO2 mineralisation technologies

How to lower the emissions of hard-to-abate industries with economically attractive carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies.

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Developing innovative techniques to investigate winter soil processes

Professors Philippe Van Cappellen and Fereidoun Rezanezhad from the Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute at the University of Waterloo discuss how they are...

Exploring the diverse applications of lithium and its future innovation potential

Donald S. Bubar, President and CEO of Avalon Advanced Materials Inc., discusses the vast applications of lithium as well as its potential for further...

Financing green technologies for a sustainable future

Lithium Power International’s Andrew Phillips discusses the environmental and economic benefits of investing in green technologies. Investing in green technologies is essential to ensuring the...

Aquatic ecosystem services: From concept to economic valuation

The University of Waterloo’s Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Resources Economics Research Group detail how vital it is to optimise our aquatic ecosystem services, ensuring...