P. Eng., P. Geo., Associate Professor
- River restoration / rehabilitation and aquatic habitat improvements
- Field and numerical modeling studies on urban river mechanics, hydraulics and hydrology
- Basin scale isotope hydrology and sediment transport of non-point source contaminants
- Numerical and field studies of groundwater surface water interaction and karst hydrology
Current Sources of Research Funding:
NSERC, CFI, EPA, Water Districts, Municipalities, DFO
- Annable WK, Watson CC, Thompson PJ, 2010, Quasi-Equilibrium conditions of urban gravel-bed stream channels in Southern Ontario, Canada, River Res. Applic. 26:1-24, DOI: 10.1002/rra.1457.
- Annable, W.K., Imhof, J.G., Power, M., (2010). A high-resolution hydrodynamic investigation of brown trout (salmo trutta) and rainbow trout (oncorhynchus mykiss) redds, River Res. Applic. 26: 1-15.
- Kuta, R.W., Annable, W.K., Tolson, B.A., (2010). Technical Note: Sensitivity of Field Data Estimates in One-Dimensional Hydraulic Modelling of Channels, ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering.
- Jordan, B., Annable, W.K., Watson, C.C., (2009). Contrasting stream stability characteristics in adjacent urban watersheds: Santa Clara Valley, California, River Res. Applic. 25, 1-17.
- Professional Engineers of Ontario
- Association of Professional Geoscientist of Ontario
- American Geophysical Union
- Geological Society of America
- International Association of Hydrogeologists
University of Waterloo