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Jan 16, 2017: What the Canadian Rivers Institute is up to in 2017

January 16, 2017

Media Advisory | For Immediate Release
January 16, 2017

In 2017, the Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) builds on its 15 years of high-impact river and estuarine ecosystem research in Canada and internationally. This year, CRI researchers and their collaborators in government, industry, First Nations, and community organizations will be:

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Media contact: Stephanie Merrill, communications officer, Canadian Rivers Institute, (o) 506-453-4770; (m) 506-261-8316; stephanie.merrill_CRI@unb.ca

About the Canadian Rivers Institute
The Canadian Rivers Institute, founded in 2001 and hosted at the University of New Brunswick, is a network of 22 scientists at 14 institutions across Canada and internationally. CRI scientists and their networks of research associates, graduate students, and staff support governments, businesses and communities in making smart, evidence-based decisions through high-impact research.  The institute’s vision is to make every river a healthy river.  The CRI is currently celebrating 15 years of impact to aquatic science and policy. More media background on the CRI