Advances in Observation Modelling of Cold-Regions Hydrology

Session TitleAdvances in Observation Modelling of Cold-Regions Hydrology
Session NumberS9
ConvenorsChris Marsh (University of Saskatchewan)
Vincent Vionnet (Environment and Climate Change Canada)
Phil Harder (University of Saskatchewan)
Talk #Start Time (EST)Presentation TitleSpeakerAffiliationCo-Author(s)
113:35:00Changing Snowmelt Energy Balance in the Western CanadianMatthew TsuiWilfrid Laurier UniversityPhilip Marsh & Kevin Shook
213:50:00Coupling remote sensing and field observations for changes in snow water storage during the Arctic spring meltBranden WalkerWilfrid Laurier UniversityPhilip Marsh
314:05:00Drained Thaw Lake Basin (DTLB) mapping, a spatio-temporal analysis in the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk region (NWT, Canada)Dilshan KariyawasamWilfrid Laurier UniversityPhilip Marsh
414:20:00Hydrology of lake dominated, permafrost-controlled watershedsPhilip MarshWilfrid Laurier UniversityR. Tutton, A. Berg, B. DeVries, & R. Melnik
514:35:00Heterogenous runoff trends in peatland-dominated basins throughout the circumpolar NorthMikhail MackWilfrid Laurier UniversityRyan Connon, Olga Makarieva, James McLaughlin, Nataliia Nesterova, & William Quinton
614:50:00Spatial distribution and potential water equivalent storage of rock glaciers in Banff and Jasper National Parks, Alberta, CanadaMishelle WehbeUniversity of LethbridgePhilip P. Bonnaventure & Robert G. Way
15:05:00Closing remarks