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New research partnership

The University of Manitoba (Genevieve Ali, David Lobb, Annemieke Farenhorst) signed a collaborative research agreement with Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation (MIT) to investigate runoff generation mechanisms and nutrient export processes in the Catfish Creek Watershed (part of the larger Winnipeg River Watershed). The project will span over a three-year period and notably involve the recruitment of two MSc students: Halya Petzold (official start: January 2013) and Amber Penner (official start: May 2013).