Randy Stotler

Randy Stotler
Associate Professor, Water Resource Sustainability, Hydrogeology, and Isotope Geochemistry
Location: EIT 2013
Phone: 519-888-4567 x37293


Randy Stotler conducts research on water resource availability and sustainability, the effects of changes in climate and land use to the critical zone, and the origin and evolution of fluids in the earth's crust.

These investigations make use of a wide variety of tools through field and laboratory investigations, including (but not limited to) physical measurements, geochemistry, traditional and non-traditional stable isotope systems, and remote sensing.

Research Interests

  • Isotope geochemistry
  • Hydrology
  • Groundwater
  • Critical zone science
  • Water resource sustainability
  • Conservation
  • Climate Change and Geosciences
  • Increasingly Complex Water Challenges
  • Protection of Surface and Groundwater Resources
  • Sustainable Water Use and Management


  • EARTH 223 - Field Methods in Hydrology
    • Taught in 2021, 2022, 2023
  • EARTH 458 - Physical Hydrogeology
    • Taught in 2021, 2022, 2023

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