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Combining Citizen Science Data with Satellite Data To Monitor Changes In Lake Volume

September 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT


This year ALMS is hosting a webinar series to learn from experts from across North America on various lake related topics! This series will showcase presentations every Friday morning from September 10 to October 1. Presentation topics include remote sensing of lake levels and algal blooms, internal loading, salt pollution, aquatic invasive species, and eDNA. We encourage you to register for the presentations to receive timely updates and post-webinar follow-ups. Check out our website (https://alms.ca/2021-webinar-series/) to register.

Presentation: Combining Citizen Science Data with Satellite Data To Monitor Changes In Lake Volume
When: 10:00 MDT, Friday September 10
WhoGrant Parkins. University of North Carolina.
BioGrant Parkins is the watershed education coordinator in the UNC Institute for the Environment’s Center for Public Engagement with Science (CPES). In this role, he engages community-based organizations, environmental science professionals, and middle and high school students and teachers in water-related educational activities. He also works coordinates with local partners and citizen scientists on the NASA-funded Lake Observations by Citizen Scientists and Satellites project (LOCSS). Grant has a Master of Science degree in Marine Science, and has more than 15 years professional experience working in science communication, education, and outreach.


Alberta Lake Management Society