Bringing together Waterloo’s excellence in engineering, computer science, applied math and environmental monitoring, IC3 researchers are building our understanding of how the climate system works and how it is changing. Through advancements in the application of artificial intelligence, remote sensing, machine learning, and geospatial modeling, IC3 researchers are developing the tools and data needed to support governments and the private sector in their climate change planning.
New publications from our members
- Agricultural phosphorus surplus trajectories for Ontario, Canada (1961–2016), and erosional export risk in Science of The Total Environment – co-authored by Nandita Basu
- A review of parallel computing applications in calibrating watershed hydrologic models in Environmental Modelling and Software – co-authored by Bryan Tolson
- Benchmarking algorithm changes to the Snow CCI+ snow water equivalent product in Remote Sensing of Environment – co-authored by Chris Derksen
- Beyond fill and spill: Hydrological connectivity in a sub-arctic bog-fen-tributary complex in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada in Hydrological Processes – co-authored by Jonathan Price
- Seasonal and Multiyear Flow Variability on the Prince of Wales Icefield, Ellesmere Island: 2009–2019 in Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface – co-authored by Wesley Van Wychen
- Three-dimensional perspective on a convective instability and transition to turbulence in an internal solitary wave of depression shoaling over gentle slopes in Environmental Fluid Mechanics – co-authored by Kevin Lamb