Eric Kessel, B.Sc., M.Sc. (E-mail)
Eric is a research professional with a background in hydrogeology. His research interests are in solute transport and chemical hydrogeology. He graduated from the University of Waterloo with a bachelor’s in Earth Science and master’s in Geography. His MSc thesis focused on the transport of sodium within the Nikanotee Fen Watershed, a constructed upland-fen system within the Athabasca Oil Sands Region.
Adam Green, B.Sc., M.Sc. (E-mail)
Lindsey Langs, B.ES., M.Sc. (E-mail)
Lindsey is a project manager and technician for the alpine hydroclimatology (Kananaskis) project. She compled her M.Sc degree in alpine forest hydrology and has worked on the Kananaskis project as a whole for 4 years. Her thesis specifcally focused on alpine forest water use and trying to understand how these forests source their water under differing environmental conditions using hydroclimateology methods such as sapflow and eddy covaraince, alongside other hydrological methods such as stable water isotopes. Her undergraduate degree was completed at the University of Waterloo in geography and earth science, with specializiation in hydrology and is close to being P.Geo certified.