High-order simulations in environmental fluid dynamics: from boundary layer turbulence to basin scale motions
Presented by Dr. Marek Stastna
Associate Dean, Computing, Faculty of Mathematics
Director, Mathematics Faculty Computing Facility
Professor, Department of Applied Math, University of Waterloo
The mesoscale Hydrologic Model mHM - concept, case studies & model analyses
Presented by Dr. Juliane Mai, Postdoctoral researcher
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ
Peatland carbon accounting across Canada’s boreal zone
Presented by Dr. Kara Webster
Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada
Why Bayesian Inference? Lessons Learned and Future Prospectives of Environmental Modelling.
Presented by Professor George Arhonditsis of the Physical & Environmental Science department at the University of Toronto Scarborough
How does urbanization change watershed scale biogeochemistry in cold regions? Lessons from Southern Ontario
Presented by Dr. Christopher Wellen, Post Doctoral Fellow in the Ecohydrology Research Group at the University of Waterloo.
"Developing Concerns with Arsenic and Mercury in Cambodia”
Presented by Dr. Tom Murphy of Royal University of Phnom Penh & University of Health Sciences, Phnom Penh.
AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships: A scientist's experience in Congress
Working towards an understanding of biogeochemical interfaces in soil: How do microbes, organic matter and mineral surfaces interact in an artificial soil system?
Fate of Organic Contaminants in Aquatic Environments: Contribution from Radio and Stable Isotope Chemistry
Presented by Dr. Elodie Passeport, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, cross appointed in Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry.
The American Geophysical Union's Joint Assembly conference will be held in Montreal. The Ecohydrology Research Group is organizing four sessions for this conference.
In commemoration of World Wetlands Day, the Ecohydrology Research Group and University of Waterloo present an evening public lecture by Professor William Mitsch, co-winner of the 2004 Stockholm Water Prize, Eminent Sc
The Ecohydrology Research Group will mark the Ramsar World Wetlands Day with another exciting program featuring wetlands science. An outline of events we are planning is provided below.
By Associate Prof. Nathaniel B. Weston, Department of Geography and the Environment, Villanova University.
Controls on Nitrous Oxide Production in Soils and Sediments: The Role of Stress
Dr. Jim Kubicki from the Department of Geosciences and the Earth & Environmental Systems Institute at Penn State gives a seminar on the applications of molecular modeling in environmental geochemistry.