Session TitleEcohydrology
Session NumberS10
ConvenorsAndrew Ireson (University of Saskatchewan)
Pete Whittington (Brandon University)
April James (Nipissing University)
Talk #Start Time (EST)Presentation TitleSpeakerAffiliationCo-Author(s)
113:35:00Upscaling spatial and seasonal evapotranspiration using in-situ measurements and high-resolution imagery in a subalpine meadow in the Canadian Rocky MountainsSheryl ChauUniversity of WaterlooRichard Petrone, Phillip Harder, & John Pomeroy
213:50:00Assessing the potential change in the timing of thaw and Ice-free conditions in a boreal Peatland with Climate ChangeBrandon HuizenUniversity of WaterlooOwen F. Sutton & Richard M. Petrone
314:05:00Using a water balance approach to evaluate peatland restoration in South-Eastern ManitobaHaley LobreauBrandon UniversityPete Whittington & Scott Ketcheson
414:20:00Ecohydrology and slope study at the periphery of a fen restoration.Frank YamoahBrandon UniversityPete Whittington
514:35:00Ecohydrological implications of the variability of soil hydrophysical properties between two Sphagnum moss microforms and the impact of different sample heightsPete WhittingtonBrandon UniversityVitaly Golubev & Colin McCarter
14:50:00Closing remarks