Research

Post-doctoral research opportunity in quantitative hydrologic science

Assiniboine River Basin – Land use change impact assessment

The successful candidate for this position will spearhead a high-resolution modeling analysis of land-use change influences on the hydrologic characteristics of the Assiniboine River Basin, with specific focus on flood and drought resiliency. As part of the larger Assiniboine River Basin team at Aquanty......

HGS Research Highlight - A simple iterative method for estimating evapotranspiration with integrated surface/subsurface models

This work presents an iterative, water balance based approach to estimate actual evapotranspiration (ET) with integrated surface/subsurface flow models. Traditionally, groundwater level fluctuation methods have been widely accepted and used for estimating ET and net groundwater recharge; however, in watersheds where interactions between surface and subsurface flow regimes are highly dynamic, the traditional method may be overly simplistic....

Postdoc opportunity in quantitative hydrologic science

Postdoc position
The successful candidate for this position will spearhead the development of a scientific basis for utilizing physics based integrated models in conjunction with high performance computing and ‘big-data’ resources for basin scale hydrologic flood risk, and land use change applications. It is expected that applicants will have had some hands on exposure to numerical modelling and will have strong quantitative and statistical skills, and a record of published peer-reviewed literature would be considered and asset...