University of Sherbrooke keeping an eye on Lake Memphremagog

University of Sherbrooke keeping an eye on Lake Memphremagog
Jean-Pierre Perreault, vice-rector for research and graduate studies at the University of Sherbrooke, Lyne Bessette, Member of Parliament for Brome-Missisquoi, Vicki-May Hamm, mayor of Magog, Céline Guéguen, professor from the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Sherbrooke, and Steve Lussier, mayor of Sherbrooke. (Photo : Arianna Myers)

By Arianna Myers
Special to The Record

This week the University of Sherbrooke announced the launch of a permanent observatory to monitor the water quality of Lake Memphremagog. The observatory will mobilize an interdisciplinary team of specialists from various fields, namely chemical engineering, environmental law, and applied and international politics, and will also work in close collaboration with local stakeholders, students, and citizens.

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