Key Topics
CH-CSHS Principles of Canadian Hydrology Short Course, 2015
Canadian Rockies Hydrological Observatory
Marmot Creek Research Basin
Data-Stream from Smith Creek & Marmot Creek Research Basins



CH Alumni
Past students who have been awarded Doctorates and Masters' degrees at the Centre for Hydrology:

Name Higher Degree Next Post eMail Details
Hawi
Abate
PhD ABD, 2013
Modelling stream-groundwater interactions along mountain valleys
  eMail www
Khawaja Faran
Ali
PhD, 2009
Construction of sediment budgets in large scale drainage basins: the case of the upper Indus River
Post-Doc, University of British Columbia eMail www
Rob
Armstrong
PhD, 2011
Spatial variability of prairie evapotranspiration
Visiting Fellow, National Agroclimate Information Service, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada eMail www
Nathalie
Brunet
MSc, 2011
Wetland drainage effects on prairie water quality
  eMail www
Laura
Comeau
MSc, 2009
Impact of climate change on glacial run-off in the Saskatchewan River Basin
PhD Studies, University of Edinburgh eMail www
Chris
DeBeer
PhD, 2012
Spatial variability of snowmelt and snow cover depletion over mountainous terrain
1) Canada North Environmental Services
2) Changing Cold Regions Network Manager, Global Institute for Water Security
eMail www
Pablo
Dornes
PhD, 2009
Representation of landscape heterogeneity in cold regions hydrological modelling
Universidad Nacional de la Pampa, Argentina eMail www
Chad
Ellis
PhD, 2011
Radiation energy and snowmelt in mountain regions
Post-Doc, Centre for Hydrology:
Silvatech Group, Salmon Arm, BC
eMail www
Xing (Logan)
Fang
MSc, 2007
Hydrological modelling on Spatially Distributed Snowmelt Runoff Generation in a Prairie Environment
Research Officer, Centre for Hydrology eMail www
Amy
Goodbrand
MSc, 2013
Buffering influence of water storage in lakes and fens on groundwater contributions to streamflow in the Western Boreal Forest
  eMail www
Xiu Juan (May)
Guan
MSc, 2010
Shallow soil moisture - ground thaw interactions and controls
Research Technician, Centre for Hydrology, U of S eMail www
Phillip
Harder
MSc, 2013
Assessing the sensitivity of Prairie surface hydrology to climate variability and change
PhD, U of S eMail www
Warren
Helgason
PhD, 2009
Energy Fluxes at the Air-Snow Interface
Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, , U of S eMail www
Kimberley
Janzen
MSc, 2008
Effects of beaver dams on groundwater, surface, and stream water interaction
  eMail www
Nicholas
Kinar
PhD, 2013
Acoustic modelling of snowpack evolution
Post-Doc, Centre for Hydrology, U of S eMail www
Gro
Lilbaek
PhD, 2009
Compositional Change of Meltwater Infiltrating Frozen Ground
Post-Doc, University of Alberta eMail www
James
MacDonald
MSc, 2010
Unloading on intercepted snow in conifer forests
  eMail www
Matt
MacDonald
MSc, 2011
Parameterisation of snow deposition and redistribution by wind
PhD Studies, University of Edinburgh eMail www
Adam
Minke
MSc, 2010
Estimating water storage of prairie pothole wetlands
  eMail www
Ross
Phillips
MSc, 2011
Connectivity and runoff dynamics in heterogeneous drainage basins
Golder Associates eMail www
Nicole
Seitz
MSc, 2011
Linking land-use change to changes in water quality and quantity
Research Technician, Centre for Hydrology, U of S;
Research Assistant, University of Lethbridge
eMail www
Dean
Shaw
PhD, 2010
The influence of contributing area on the hydrology of the prairie pothole region of North America
Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada eMail www
Erin
Shaw
MSc, 2009
Lateral exchange of water and nitrogen along a beaver-dammed stream draining a Rocky Mountain valley
Worley Parsons eMail www





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