Underground Intelligence:
The need to map, monitor, and manage Canada’s groundwater resources in an era of drought and climate change.

The Program on Water Issues at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, presents:

Underground Intelligence: The need to map, monitor, and manage Canada’s groundwater resources in an era of drought and climate change. 

featuring a keynote presentation and discussion paper by author Ed Struzik

The conference took place June 25, 2013, from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm EDT at the Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.

The WEBCAST for this conference is available in 4 chapters. Click on the titles below to begin viewing.

Introduction - Presentation of Conference Paper by Author- Ed Struzik

Discussion Panel 2 – Making Groundwater Visible: Mapping and Monitoring Technologies

Discussion Panel 3 – Case Studies: Paying for Groundwater Inventories, Mapping, and Monitoring

Discussion Panel 4- Internalizing the Costs of Inventories, Mapping,and Monitoring: Options and Opportunities

For related conference documents:

Download the conference agenda here

Download the author and panel member biographies here

Download the conference discussion paper by Ed Struzik here. 

Globe and Mail article can be accessed here.