Meghan Sauro

Meghan graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Western University with an Honors Specialization in Environmental Science where her undergraduate thesis looked at the relationship between nutrient concentrations and OM decomposition in streams. She has now moved on to a Master’s in fluvial geomorphology in the department of Geography and the Environment here at Western. Outside of academia, she enjoys spending her time hiking and camping, and spends her summers swimming and hanging out by Georgian Bay.

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Water is necessary for humans, but where does that water come from? The world’s rivers have been degraded by humans so drastically that the water security of approximately 5 billion...

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