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Welcome

This is the homepage of the Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management; a teaching and research centre based at both University of Canterbury and Lincoln University. 

This website is designed to help you engage with the Centre and its teaching and research programmes, and to introduce you to the university staff and students who are involved.  It also provides resources to help you learn more about freshwater systems and their response to change, news about upcoming events, links to media articles of interest as well as meta-databases of information relevant to Canterbury’s water systems.  

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you can’t find what you are looking for here, or have feedback on the site in general.

NEWS!

Water Matters for 2016 is out now!

Water Matters is Waterways newsletter highlighting news and accomplishments from last year, giving insight into the Centre’s day-to-day operations and ongoing developments. Water Matters 2016 can be downloaded here (high res PDF 5.4 MB), or here (low res, PDF 616kb).


Waterways Project Manager position open at Lincoln University - closing 1 April 2017

 

Waterways Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Water Management Policy position open at the University of Canterbury - closing 21 April 2017

 

PhD in Coastal Hydrogeology available with Waterways - Closing 30 March 2017

Waterways is offering a three-year PhD scholarship for full-time research on a project entitled: ‘Vulnerability and resilience to seawater intrusion in coastal aquifers’. Go here for more information and eligibility requirements.

 

The Meadow Mushroom Waterways Masters Scholarship is open - Closing May 15, 2017

Go here for more information.