Lindsey Langs: Successful MSc Defence!

May 8, 2019

On Monday May 6th, Lindsey successfully defended her MSc thesis titled 'Quantifying coniferous subalpine tree transpiration and source water under seasonal and hydrological stress in the Canadian Rocky Mountains'. Her work helps to inform subalpine forest hydrological connectivity in mountain watersheds, and gave insight to potential tree behaviour and water under a changing climate.

Lindsey will stay onboard with the Hydromet group continuing her work as the Kanasaskis Project Manager and Technician. She also works closely with the University of Saskatchewan's Coldwater Lab in shared project involvements.