Welcome to Wetlands Hydrology Research Laboratory

Interested in research?

Students within the Wetlands Hydrology Research Laboratory come from a variety of backgrounds, with previous students from biology, geography, earth sciences, environmental science, civil engineering, ecology and plant sciences. Recent graduates from these research groups are working within wetlands and non-wetlands hydrology, hydrogeology, biological monitoring and work within both civil service, consultancy and management settings or further graduate study.

Please contact Jonathan S. Price with a detailed description of your background, fields of interests, level of previous study and at what institution and country. Generic inquiries will not receive a reply.

Featured press articles

  1. June 17, 2017Jon gives the 2017 Canadian Geophysical Union Woo lectureJonathan giving a lecture

    Jon gave the final day plenary talk at the 2017 Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) and Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (CSAFM) Joint Annual meeting at University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Colombia in May with his presentation titled 'Breaking Bad: Wetlands in need of a fix'.

  2. Jan. 1, 2017Tasha brought home best poster at World Wetlands Day, well done!Tasha accepting the best poster award

    Happy World Wetlands Day everyone!

  3. Jan. 1, 2017Peatland piratesA pirate hauling a mammoth tusk.

    An incredibly shot photojournalism essay piece by Amos Chapple being run on Radio Free Europe documenting the Tusk Raiders of Siberia.

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Meet our people

James Sherwood

James Sherwood

Projects/research manager

James is the groups technician and projects/research manager. He has a background in fire-disturbed peatland hydrology, with expertise in method development, equipment prototyping and refinement in field and laboratory applications. His current research involves investigating hydraulic property changes at the constructed Nikanotee fen in construction materials from freeze-thaw cycling and implications for material choices for constructed wetlands. He is also investigating non-destructive bulk density testing with piezoelectric sensors and wavelength properties. He reports the groups research progress to both federal and industrial entities.

jsherwoo@uwaterloo.ca