New Mackenzie River Basin report combines indigenous and scientific knowledge


A recent report describes changes to the aquatic ecosystem health, furthers the understanding of conditions and developments in the Mackenzie River Basin. This is the first time this report has been developed following a braided approach. According to Senior Aquatic Scientist, Dörte Koster, “climate change was identified as the most common cause for changes in aquatic ecosystem signs and signals, indicating a widespread impact of this stressor on aquatic ecosystem health across the basin.”

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s April 2022 issue:

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