The discipline of ecohydrology focuses on interactions and feedbacks between the elements of the water cycle, ecosystems and organisms. Our group aims to diagnose and predict how terrestrial (e.g., forested, agricultural, periurban) and aquatic (e.g., stream and wetland) systems interact with climate drivers to produce distinct eco-hydrological behaviour. To that end, we use approaches that rely on discrete field samples (e.g., water, soil and plant) and geochemical analyses, continuously recording field instruments, experimental manipulations, digital maps, satellite images and models.
The links at the top of this page will allow you to learn more about our research interests and the students and research associates currently involved in specific projects at the University of Guelph and the University of Manitoba. Prospective students are also encouraged to visit the Opportunities section for positions available in Spring 2019 and beyond.
School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1, Canada
Bovey building – Office: room 2225; Lab: room 2223