Aftermath of the Marmot Creek flood
Field set-up in Luxembourg
Tracing flow paths using blue dye
Chris drilling on the prairies
Lab trip to the Colorado River
Snowmelt at the Swift Current field site
HJ Andrews field site in Oregon
Lab group at the Grand Canyon
The Watershed Hydrology lab led by Professor Jeff McDonnell conducts field, lab and modeling investigations that address the following questions:
The PhD students in the group are active experimentalists working on similar questions in diverse watershed settings while the Post Docs in the group help to integrate findings through model development and testing. Our ultimate goal is to explore the common features of watershed response across diverse scales, climates, and hydrogeological settings to develop a new theoretical framework for streamflow generation in humid regions. Visitors to the lab are very welcome and students wishing to pursue a PhD or Post Doc within our group are encouraged to apply directly to Prof. McDonnell.
Jan 20, 2015
Our lab group is seeking a Research Assistant/Lab Technician for our research projects that are working on the tracking of water movement through natural and man-made landforms using the stable isotopes of water....
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Nov 24, 2014
Many labs benefit from cryogenic water extractions for the analysis of δ2H and δ18O isotopic signatures for different purposes. Some determine plant water uptake depth, others examine soil water movements. Nevertheless, despite the operational use of cryogenic extraction, artifacts leading...
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