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Title35. OGS-GSC groundwater geoscience collaboration, southern Ontario, 2015-2019
AuthorRussell, H A J; Dyer, R D
SourceOntario Geological Survey report of activities; . (Open Access)
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20160320
PublisherOntario Minsitry of Northern Developement and Mines
ProgramGroundwater Geoscience, Aquifer Assessment & support to mapping
Abstractcollaborated on regional groundwater geoscience issues in Southern Ontario since 1993. For a current collaboration in Southern Ontario the two organizations have signed a formal task-sharing Agreement in 2016. The current project collaboration from 2015 to 2019 is framed by the task¿sharing agreement and addresses the respective roles of each of the organizations. The objectives of this Agreement are to complement the OGS groundwater initiative that has been on-going for over 15 years. The current collaboration addresses groundwater issues and is guided by gap analysis completed by the OGS (2012 and 2015; e.g. Russell et al 2015). The GSC is supporting OGS activities and initiating additional studies that align with both science objectives of the Groundwater Geoscience Program, provincial - federal agreements (e.g. GLWQA) and can optimize data and knowledge existing in the Ontario groundwater community.
This report is a review of the scope and progress of the project to date. Earlier documentation of the project can be found in publications from the gap analysis workshop of March 2015 (Russell et al., 2015) and the OGS Open house in March 2016 (Russell and Priebe, 2016).
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Report of activities within the OGS-GSC collaboration for Southern Ontario groundwater 2015-2019.