Hydrology and geophysics in high latitude and high-altitude environments

SectionHydrology & Geodesy    
Date2021-07-20
Session TitleHydrology and Geophysics in High-Latitude and High-Altitude Environments
Session NumberTBA
ConvenorsTBA
Talk #Start Time (EST)Presentation TitleSpeakerAffiliationCo-Author(s)
13:30:00Introduction
113:35:00How forests and shrubs control evaporative partitioning in a subarctic, alpine catchment, Yukon Territory, Canada Erin M. NichollsMcMaster UniversitySean K. Carey
213:50:00The relative importance of biophysical and meteorological effects on growing season surface available energy partitioning at high-altitude wetlands in Canadian Rocky MountainYi WangUniversity of WaterlooMazda Kompanizare, Adam Green, & Rich Petrone
314:05:00Controls on snowmelt runoff retention at thermokarst lakes between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest TerritoriesEvan J. WilcoxWilfrid Laurier UniversityBrent B. Wolfe & Philip Marsh
414:20:00Multinomial Machine Learning for Simulating Land Cover Evolution in the Discontinuous Permafrost Regions of the Northwest TerritoriesShaghayegh Akbarpour SafsariUniversity of WaterlooJames Craig
514:30:00Ground Feature Extraction from Fully Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) DataNanar HakobyanWilfrid Laurier University
14:50:00Break
15:00:00Union-Wide AGM