Jeffrey McDonnellProfessor, School of Environment and Sustainability
Associate Director, Global Institute for Water Security
- Doctor of Philosophy in Forest Hydrology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- Master of Science in Watershed Ecosystems, Trent University
- Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography, University of Toronto
Watershed hydrology; runoff processes and modelling; isotope hydrology; hydrological theory
- McDonnell, J. (PI). 2010 – 2015. Water sustainability in the Willamette Basin, Oregon. National Science Foundation Hydrological Science.
- McDonnell, J. (PI). 2010 – 2011. Development of a new field based water isotope analyse, Phase II. United States Department of Energy.
- McDonnell, J. (PI). 2009 – 2010. Development of a new field based water isotope analyse, Phase I. United States Department of Energy.
- McDonnell, J. (PI). 2009 – 2013. Hydrological impacts of cellulosic-based biofuel production. United States Department of Energy.
- McDonnell, J. (Co-PI). 2007 – 2011. Ecohydrological controls on watershed response to land use change in the montane cloud forest zone in Central Veracruz, Mexico. National Science Foundation Hydrological Science and National Science Foundation Ecology Programs.
- 2012: Borland Lecture, Hydrology Days, Colorado State University, For Collins CO
- 2011: Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer Award, Geological Society of America
- 2009: University Distinguished Professor, Oregon State University
- 2009: John Dalton Medal, European Geosciences Union
- 2009: Fellow, American Geophysical Union
- 2009: Woo Lecture, Canadian Geophysical Union
- 2009: Doctor of Science (D.Sc)., University of Canterbury
- Burt, T., N, Howden, F. Worrall and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. On the value of long-term, low-frequency water quality sampling: avoiding throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Hydrological Processes, 25: 828-830, DOI: 10.1002.hyp.7961
- Burt, T., G. Hancock and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. Where does the water go when it rains? Geography Review, 25(1): 38-41.
- Gabrielli, C. and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. An inexpensive, portable high speed drill rig and platform for bedrock groundwater studies in the headwaters. Hydrological Processes, DOI:10.1002/hyp.8212.
- Goldsmith, G., L. Muñoz-Villers, F. Holwerda, J.J. McDonnell, H. Asbjornsen, and T. E. Dawson, 2011. Stable isotopes reveal linkages among ecohydrological processes in a seasonally dry tropical montane cloud forest. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.268.
- Hancock, G., K G Evans, J.J. McDonnell and L Hopp, 2011, Ecohydrological controls on soil erosion a landscape evolution. Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.241
- Hopp, L. and J.J. McDonnell, 2011, Examining the role of throughfall patterns on subsurface stormflow generation. Journal of Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.08.044.
- Hopp, L., J.J. McDonnell and P. Condon, 2011. Measuring and modeling lateral subsurface flow in a soil cover over waste rock in a humid temperate environment. Vadose Zone Journal, doi:10.2136/vzj2010.0094
- Lanni C., R. Rigon and J.J. McDonnell, 2011. On the relative role of upslope and downslope topography for describing water flowpath and storage dynamics: a theoretical analysis. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8263.
- McDonnell, J.J., 2011, Foreword, to D. Levia, D. Carlyle-Moses and T. Tanaka (eds.) Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions, Springer, 740pp.
- McDonnell, J.J. and C. Kendall, 2011. Foreword, to Isotope Hydrology, Weizu Gu et al. (eds)., Science Press, Beijing (in Chinese), 1113pp.
- Sayama, T., J.J. McDonnell, A. Dhakal and K. Sullivan, 2011. How much water can a watershed store? Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8288