2011 OLWSF Presentations

Presentations from the 2011 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum

Day One:

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Day Two:

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Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum
A Watershed Beyond Boundaries:
Stewardship of our Shared Waters
2015 Forum


Columbia River Treaty Workshop

The October 7, 2015 Columbia River Treaty Workshop was co-presented by the Canadian Water Resources Association (B.C. Branch) and ACT (the Adaptation to Climate Change Team at SFU), and preceded the 2015 OLWSF.

2011 Forum


The 2011 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum focused attention on the needs and challenges for sustaining the ecological health of the lake, and the related well-being of the basin’s residents and visitors.

Progress made since the last Forum in 2007 was reviewed, as well as science studies related to the renewal of the International Joint Commission’s operating orders for Zosel Dam.

2007 Forum

A microcosm of global concerns
Osoyoos Lake is a beautiful lake that spans the Canada-United States border in the Okanagan River basin, and has many environmental challenges.



Lake sustainability depends on the actions of all who work, live or visit the basin, and all those involved in governance.