Oct 31-Nov 10, 2022: Kananaskis Short Course on Principles of Hydrology 2022

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October 31, 2022 – November 10, 2022

All participants must apply for registration as a graduate student with the University of Saskatchewan, and must therefore satisfy the university’s admission requirements. Please visit the course website (link below) for more information.

Event Speakers:

  • Fundamentals and Hydrological Cycle; Hydrometeotology and Precipitation: Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Interception and Evapotranspiration: Dr. Richard Petrone & Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Groundwater Hydrology: Dr. Masaki Hayashi & Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Snow Accumulation, Sublimation, and Redistribution: Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Snowmelt and Snowcover Depletion: Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Glacier Hydrology: Caroline Aubry-Wake & Dr. John Pomeroy
  • Soil Hydrology: Dr. Andrew Ireson
  • Hillslope and Catchment Hydrology: Dr. Sean Carey & Dr. John Pomeroy
  • River Basin Hydrology and Streamflow Hydrographs: Dr. Kevin Shook
  • Hydraulics, and River Ice: Dr. Tricia Stadnyk
  • Hydrometry and Routing: Dr. Alain Pietroniro
  • Synthesis: Dr. John Pomeroy

Event Details:

The University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology with the assistance of the Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences is offering an intensive course on the physical principles of hydrology with particular relevance to Canadian conditions. The course is led by Dr. John Pomeroy,  Canada Research Chair in Water Resources & Climate Change, and taught by Dr. Pomeroy and a team of subject-matter experts.

Topics Include:

  • Fundamentals & Hydrological Cycle
  • Micrometeorology & Precipitation
  • Interception & Evapotranspiration 
  • Snow Accumulation and Redistribution
  • Snowmelt and Snowcover Depletion
  • Glaciers & River Ice Formation
  • Groundwater Hydrology 
  • Infiltration & Soil Water 
  • Hillslope and Catchment Hydrology
    •  River Networks, Hydraulics & Hydrographs

Further details about this course can be found at: https://research-groups.usask.ca/hydrology/training-education/intensive-courses/geog-827.php#CourseObjectives

Registration Fees:

CWRA Member $2,750.00
CWRA non-member $2,880.00
Student/SYP member $1,250.00
Student/SYP non-member $1,280.00

Registration will open shortly.