National Hydrology Research Centre

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The National Hydrology Research Centre is located in a dedicated building on the Innovation Place Research Park campus in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Centre is operated by Environment Canada. The centre includes staff from the Water Science and Technology Directorate of Environment Canada, and the Climate Research Division of the Atmospheric Science and Technology Directorate.[1] The centre works closely with the University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology.[2] The University of Saskatchewan Global Institute for Water Security, is also collocated with the Centre.[3]

The centre, established in 1986 is a subsidiary laboratory to the National Water Research Institute (NWRI) that was established in 1978 in Burlington, Ontario.,[4] includes accredited conventional and nutrients analysis in support of EC research and monitoring studies; Geometrics/Geographic Information Systems laboratory facilities; Computer modeling facilities; and National EC Isotope research and analytical facility.[1]

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Coordinates: 52°8′27″N 106°37′28″W / 52.14083°N 106.62444°W / 52.14083; -106.62444