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Blog Post

During the week of 19-23 February, FloodNet and UNU-INWEH held a workshop entitled: “Bridging Flood Science in Canada with Policy and Practice”, hosted by McMaster Health Forum. The 2.5-day workshop welcomed researchers, students, and partners to learn about how best to communicate research results in a way that is of use to policy makers. A team of 20 participants worked through the knowledge transition process to develop a research summary and provide a brief presentation to policy makers.

The links to the finalized research summaries can be found below:



New integrated model brings enhanced flood forecasting capacity for Canada
A new local climate change data package for improved planning and disaster management
Interactive tool for better flood risk assessment in Canada
Standards for urban infrastructure design in Canada need to be updated
New, easy-to-use hydro-meteorological system helps flood forecasting in data-scarce areas