chơi game kiếm ăn trên mạng_slot doi thuong_chính sách đại lý https://www.google.com//341 Collaborative Water Management ... Water Quality Improvement ... Aquatic Weed Management Wed, 01 Aug 2018 22:24:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 OBWB Annual Meeting – August 10 https://www.google.com//341/obwb-annual-meeting-august-10/ Fri, 27 Jul 2018 14:55:38 +0000 /341/?p=11861 ]]> Come join us for the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s 2018 Annual Meeting: PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE on August 10, 2018 in Kelowna, B.C.

Please register by Aug. 8 so that we know numbers for refreshment purposes.

For more information and to register, please visit https://obwb-agm2018.eventbrite.ca/.

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Now posted! RFP to develop 19 hydrologic models for the Okanagan https://www.google.com//341/now-posted-rfp-to-develop-19-hydrologic-models-for-the-okanagan/ Wed, 25 Jul 2018 15:51:59 +0000 /341/?p=11859 ]]> The Okanagan Basin Water Board (“OBWB”) invites Proposals to develop 19 Okanagan sub-basin hydrologic models. This project supports improving accuracy of hydrologic models for long-term planning in the Okanagan. The contract will be for a 16 (sixteen) month term.

Find more information at obwb.ca/rfp

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Okanagan Drought Bulletin – June 26, 2018 https://www.google.com//341/okanagan-drought-bulletin-june-26-2018/ Tue, 26 Jun 2018 18:49:45 +0000 /341/?p=11845 ]]> OKANAGAN REMAINS IN DROUGHT LEVEL 1 BUT HOT, DRY SUMMER EXPECTED

The B.C. Government has elevated most basins in the province to a Level 2 drought rating, but the Okanagan remains in Level 1 based on current water supply.

That said, it is expected that we will experience another year of extremes in the Okanagan valley. We had record-setting snow packs this winter, but they melted quickly in May and early June due to hot weather. Although the weather has been cooler this week, forecast is for above-normal temperatures this summer.

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Board Report – June https://www.google.com//341/board-report-june-2/ Fri, 08 Jun 2018 14:45:02 +0000 /341/?p=11840 ]]> The Okanagan Basin Water Board*s monthly Board Report provides highlights from this week*s Board of Directors meeting.

The monthly report provides up-to-date information about the activities, projects, and policies of the Water Board.

Please feel free to share widely!

Board Report – June 7, 2018

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INVITE: Poster Submission – Environmental Flow Needs Conference, Oct. 17-18, 2018, Kelowna, B.C. https://www.google.com//341/invite-poster-submission-environmental-flow-needs-conference-oct-17-18-2018-kelowna-b-c/ Thu, 31 May 2018 23:07:45 +0000 /341/?p=11835 ]]> The Okanagan Basin Water Board and the Canadian Water Resources Association, BC Branch, are excited to host Environmental Flow Needs 每 Science, Policy & Practice on October 17-18, 2018 in Kelowna, B.C. This conference will bring together representatives from national and international organizations engaged in water management or research, including fisheries and water managers, First Nations, regulators, policy-makers, academia, and NGOs.

We invite you to share innovative approaches to establish and protect Environmental Flow Needs (EFNs) by presenting your poster at the EFN2018 Conference.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Methodologies for determining EFN values
  • EFN science and applications
  • EFN and fisheries
  • Ecosystems services and EFNs
  • EFN policies 每 opportunities and barriers
  • Collaborative approaches to EFN management
  • Drought response plans

We have prizes for best student posters!

POSTER GUIDELINES:
All posters should include background or problem summary, discussion of approaches / methods used, and results and conclusions. Poster content should be informative and inclusive of an interdisciplinary group and broader audience. Suggested poster size: 36 inches (91 cm) x 48 inches (120 cm).

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
The deadline for submission of poster abstracts is June 29th, 2018. We will notify authors of accepted poster abstracts by July 13, 2018.

For more information, please contact Nargiz Rahimova at tỷ số bóng đá nargiz.rahimova@ tỷ số bóng đá www.trilliumeye.com

For more on the conference, please visit www.EFN2018.ca.

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Weather Report – May 2018 https://www.google.com//341/weather-report-may-2018/ Thu, 31 May 2018 14:19:39 +0000 /341/?p=11830 The seasonal forecast is for a hotter than normal summer, with near-normal precipitation in June (our rainiest month on average), which could slow down the fire season.

If we miss the June rains, it could be a very dry summer.

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Council Report – March 2018 https://www.google.com//341/council-report-march-2018/ Fri, 18 May 2018 14:04:03 +0000 /341/?p=11793 ]]> The Okanagan Water Stewardship Council (※the Council§ or OWSC) was established in 2006 as a technical advisory body to the OBWB. The 28 member Council is a diverse group of water stakeholders who meet monthly to provide independent advice and policy recommendations for sustainable water management.

The monthly Council Report highlights current activities, projects and emerging issues.

Please feel free to share widely!

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Okanagan mayors trade gavel for gardening gloves & encourage water conservation https://www.google.com//341/okanagan-mayors-trade-gavel-for-gardening-gloves-encourage-water-conservation/ Thu, 17 May 2018 17:30:34 +0000 /341/?p=11790 ]]> Kelowna, B.C. 每 As Okanagan communities deal with flooding and record-breaking temperatures, and as talk turns to the possibility of another drought this year, the valley*s mayors gathered today at the UnH20 Gardens to talk water conservation. The gathering comes as the Okanagan Basin Water Board*s Okanagan WaterWise program, and Okanagan municipalities and water utilities, launch their annual residential outdoor water campaign ※Make Water Work.§

※It can be hard to focus on being WaterWise and water conservation when there*s flooding, but it*s a priority for all of our communities to use water wisely,§ insisted Armstrong Mayor Chris Pieper. ※Look at last year. Flooding was quickly followed by fire and drought. Water is a valuable resource and we can*t take it for granted. We have to respect it.§

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New online hub for planning guides helps ease access to information https://www.google.com//341/new-online-hub-for-planning-guides-helps-ease-access-to-information/ Tue, 15 May 2018 19:35:57 +0000 /341/?p=11787 ]]> Many valuable guides and toolkits have been written for the planning community, providing innovative policies, case studies, bylaw language, and legal approaches to environmental protection. While much effort and public funding has gone into developing these resources, uptake has been slow. To help ease access to this important information, the OBWB and CivicInfo BC created tỷ số bóng đá that brings the resources together into one searchable database.

The OBWB and the Fraser Basin Council co-hosted a webinar in March to introduce the online hub. The webinar was attended by more than 75 planners, engineers, biologists, environmental scientists, sustainability specialists, and water managers from local and provincial governments, non-profit organizations, and consulting companies.

View YouTube recording of webinar below:

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Missed our latest Water Supply webinar? https://www.google.com//341/may2018webinar/ Tue, 08 May 2018 23:45:58 +0000 /341/?p=11781 ]]> The Okanagan Basin Water Board hosted an Okanagan Water Supply Webinar on May 8, to review the current and forecasted water supply for 2018 in the valley.

Updates from:
??Environment Canada – Doug Lundquist
??BC River Forecast Centre – Dave Campbell
??Province of BC*s Shaun Reimer – responsible for Okanagan Lake dam management
??International Joint Commission re: Osoyoos Lake management
??as well as updates on groundwater and fire risk

SYNOPSIS: While we*re already experiencing flooding in some areas of our valley, recent warm temperatures are helping the mid-elevation snowpack melt fast. Forecasted rains are only going to make it melt faster and add to water levels. Shallow aquifers are continuing to trend above average. It*s too early to say whether or not we will be getting our mid-May/early June monsoon rains.

That said, there*s a high probability of a hotter-than-average summer. And, despite the snowpack and above-average shallow aquifers in the valley-bottom, there is low fuel moisture in our forests due to last summer*s drought and recent previous droughts. With the possibility of another dry summer, we are looking at another potential drought this summer, leading to a moderate to high fire risk.

View YouTube recording below:

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