Pardon the pun, but Canada is practically overflowing with freshwater.
And, believe it or not, that abundance causes problems for water researchers.
“Canada is blessed with more freshwater than anywhere else in the world, but there’s no way you can put sensors in to monitor everything,” said Al Pietroniro, executive director of National Hydrological Services, an adjunct professor with the University of Saskatchewan and member of the Centre for Hydrology. “It’s too big.”
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