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Craig Nichol

Dr. Craig Nichol is a geologist and hydrogeologist who has worked on water in the Okanagan since 2006.  He studies groundwater resources, aquifer mapping, the connections of surface water and groundwater, and the effects of groundwater on surface water temperature.

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Envisioning a resilient Okanagan

November 28, 2016 – InfoNews Kelowna The Okanagan Research Forum invites the community to listen to experts and take part in an open discussion about the future of the Okanagan landscape. Hosted by UBC Okanagan’s BRAES Institute and ICER Institute

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Climate action topic of UBCO workshop

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