Rockies-initiated research network gets global recognition

Nice to see more Canadian Science recognized for its world-wide significance. Kudos people!

This endorsement, said Dr. John Pomeroy, the Canmore-based Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change and director of the University of Saskatchewan’s Centre for Hydrology — and project leader — means that the International Network for Alpine Research Catchment Hydrology (INARCH) is globally significant.

”The acceptance of INARCH as part of GEWEX means that a core project of the World Climate Research Programme that deals with water and climate has recognized INARCH as having global significance and is incorporating INARCH as part of its main activities,” Pomeroy said.