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climate change

NRS Invited Seminar Series: Climate change and source water quality

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Drinking water systems are vulnerable to events such as floods, droughts and intense storms that wash in contaminants to surface water.B21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9, CA...

Indigenous territories fight climate change

Published: 17Aug2021

In a recent study in PLOS ONE, researchers from 6 different countries, including Camilo Alejo and Catherine Potvin of the Department of Biology at McGill University, examined the importance of...

Faecal records show Maya population affected by climate change

Published: 30Jun2021

A McGill-led study has shown that the size of the Maya population in the lowland city of Itzan (in present-day Guatemala) varied over time in response to climate change. The findings, published...

Most rivers run dry - now and then

Published: 16Jun2021

A new study led by researchers from McGill University and INRAE found that between 51-60% of the 64 million kilometres of rivers and streams on Earth that they investigated stop flowing...

Which animals will survive climate change?

Published: 13May2021

Climate change is exacerbating problems like habitat loss and temperatures swings that have already pushed many animal species to the brink. But can scientists predict which animals will be able to...

The Museum in the news : Climate Change Artist in Residence!

Published: 19May2021

Learn more on our Climate Change Artist in Residence Milton Riaño in the article from the McGill Reporter right here.

Sea level rise: rapid and unstoppable unless Paris Agreement targets met

Published: 5May2021

Image Caption: The Mackenzie River Delta on the Beaufort Sea, a low-lying region in the Canadian Arctic that is vulnerable to rising seas in a warming climate. CREDIT: Nadia and Harold Gomez

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