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Visiting Researchers

The Centre for Hydrology occasionally hosts visiting scientists who contribute the the Centre's research goals.

Name & Position Affiliation Fields of Interest Contact

Jim Freer, PhD

Visiting Professor
2020-2022

University of Bristol
Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Improved use of spatial information to enhance understanding/simulation of hydrological processes
  • Improved representation of the role of humans in the terrestrial hydrologic cycle (e.g. reservoirs, irrigation, etc.)
  • Regional case studies of global hydrologic prediction.

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Siqiong Luo, PhD

Visiting Professor
2017-2018

Chinese Academy of Sciences
Lanzhou, China
  • Land-atmosphere interactions in cold regions
  • Climate change
  • Land surface processes modelling

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Graham McDowell, PhD

Visiting Scientist
(aniticipated)
2021-2023

Canadian Mountain Network
University of Alberta, Canada
  • Climate change vulnerability and adaptaion in high-mountain socio-ecological systems

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Juan Ignacio Lopez Moreno, PhD

Visiting Scientist
2018 (4 months)

Instituto Pirenaico de Ecologia
Zaragoza, Spain
  • The role of snowpack in the hydrology of the Iberian Peninsula and its response to global change processes

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Daniel Nadeau, PhD

Visiting Professor
2020-2021

Université Laval 
Quebec City, Canada
  • Problems at the atmospheric boundary layer
  • Snow hydrology
  • Evapotranspiration
  • Environmental fluid mechanics

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