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October 20, 2021, Issue 242


ANREP Northcentral Region Webinar
Strengthening the DEI Lens: What Does Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Natural Resources Mean for Me and My Institution?
Dionardo Pizana, Michigan State University Extension
November 2, 2021


Conservation Partners Legacy Expedited Conservation Projects (Round 2)
The CPL program is habitat-focused. Grant activities include the enhancement, restoration, or protection of forests, wetlands, prairies, and habitat for fish, game, or wildlife in Minnesota. All applications should identify the direct habitat benefit of the project
Deadline: November 16, 2021

Cooperative Research Institute to Support Water Resources
The proposed CI will help advance science and services which transform NOAA’s ability to inform routine, high value and event-driven, high impact decisions related to water.
Deadline: November 29, 2021


Midwest Big Data Hub Regional Community Meeting
The meeting will build community, share successes and opportunities, and also provide engaging content on emergent Big Data applications across the industry-academia-government-nonprofit R&D space.
October 27-28, 2021

Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Symposia
Amy Schrank, Max Melstrom
November 1, 2021


Minnesota Stormwater Seminar Series
Spatial and Temporal Scaling of Biofilter Media Performance Data and Updates to WinSLAM
Robert Pitt, Emeritus Professor of Urban Water Systems, The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, The University of Alabama
October 21, 2021

WRS Seminar Series - Twin Cities
Sustainable Akumal: Marine and freshwater resource issues in the Riviera Maya
Ray Newman, Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
October 22, 2021
375 Borlaug 

Climate Week Coffee Chat: Water Resources & Climate Change with Bonnie Keeler
How will a changing climate threaten our water resources? Join a discussion about how increased heat and changes in precipitation are affecting the quality of our lakes, rivers, and streams and the most pressing climate and water interactions over the coming decades.
October 26, 2021

Effects of Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorous on Chlorophyll-a Concentrations in Flowing Waters
October 27, 2021

U of M Water Council: Addressing the Grand Challenge of Access to Clean Water for the 21st Century
Learn about the University of Minnesota Water Council, a new, interdisciplinary team bringing together scholars and resources from across the U of M system to tackle the pressing concern of access to clean water for the 21st century.
November 1, 2021


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