CH Alumni
Former post-doctoral fellows:

Name Next Post eMail Web Link
Dr Jonathan
Conway
 
Research Scientist, Bodeker Scientific,
Alexandra, New Zealand
eMail
www
Dr Daryl
Janzen
McDonnell Watershed Hydrology lab,
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
eMail www
Dr Muluneh
Mekonnen
Water Modelling Engineer,
Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, Edmonton, AB
eMail www
Dr Taufique
Mahmood
Harold Hamm School of Geology and Geological Engineering,
University of North Dakota, USA
eMail www
Dr Keith
Musselman
U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research,
Boulder, Colorado, USA
eMail www
Dr Michael
Schirmer
WSL Institute of Snow and Avalanche Research SLF,
Davos, Switzerland
eMail www

Former post-graduate students at the Centre for Hydrology:


Name Higher Degree Thesis 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 actual evaporation in a prairie landscape Research Officer, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI), University of Queensland eMail www
Nathalie
Brunet
MSc, 2011 Prairie pothole drainage and water quality Hydrologist,
Saskatchewan Water Security Agency
eMail www
Laura
Comeau
MSc, 2009 Glacier contribution to the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers PhD (U. Edinburgh)
Transport Modeller, Transport For London
eMail www
Chris
DeBeer
PhD, 2012 Simulating Areal Snowcover Depletion and Snowmelt Runoff in Alpine Terrain 1) Canada North Environmental Services
2) Changing Cold Regions Network Manager, Global Institute for Water Security
eMail www
Pablo
Dornes
PhD, 2009 An approach for modelling snowcover ablation and snowmelt runoff in cold region environments Universidad Nacional de la Pampa, Argentina eMail www
Stacey
Dumanski
MSc, 2015 Hydrological regime changes in a Canadian Prairie wetland basin National Hydrological Research Centre, Environment Canada eMail  
Chad
Ellis
PhD, 2011 Radiation and snowmelt dynamics in mountain forests Post-Doc, Centre for Hydrology:
Silvatech Group, Salmon Arm, BC
eMail www
Xing (Logan)
Fang
MSc, 2007 Snow hydrology of Canadian prairie droughts: model development and application Research Officer, Centre for Hydrology eMail www
Amy
Goodbrand
MSc, 2013 Influence of lakes and peatlands on groundwater contribution to Boreal streamflow   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
Daniel
Günther
MSc, 2015 Discharge processes during a rain-on-snow event   eMail  
Phillip
Harder
MSc, 2013 Precipitation Phase Partitioning with a Psychrometric Energy Balance: Model Development and Application 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 Hyporheic flow in a mountainous riverine system McDonnell Watershed Hydrology lab, University of Saskatchewan eMail www
Nicholas
Kinar
PhD, 2013 Acoustic Measurement of Snow 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 Hydrological response unit-based blowing snow modelling over mountainous terrain PhD 2015 (U. Edinburgh)
Post-Doc, University of Manitoba
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
Jennifer
Roste
MSc, 2015 Development and Evaluation of a Canadian Prairie Nutrient Transport Model   eMail  
Nicole
Seitz
MSc, 2011 Advancing cumulative effects assessment methodology for river systems 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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