Short Course in Principles of Hydrology in Cold Regions

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Short Course in Principles of Hydrology in Cold Regions

Pomeroy, John


This graduate course focusses on cold regions hydrology including snow, glaciers, frozen ground, permafrost, river ice in the context of the hydrological cycle.




John Pomeroy


Professor John Pomeroy

Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change

Director, Centre for Hydrology

University of Saskatchewan

117 Science Place

Saskatoon, Sask.

S7N 5C8  Canada





From: Canadian Water Resources Association [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: January 20, 2012 7:15 AM
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Subject: Second Announcement for Short Course in Physical Principles of Hydrology


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 January 20, 2012


Short Course in Physical Principles of Hydrology  

Kananaskas Valley, Alberta 

March 1-12, 2012



The University of Saskatchewan's Centre for Hydrology and Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences will again be holding their popular short course in Physical Principles of Hydrology in the Kananaskis Valley, Alberta, from March 1-12, 2012. The course is currently half full, and registration will end February 15, 2012.


The course is intended for hydrology and water resources graduate students and early to midlevel career water resource engineers, hydrologists, aquatic ecologists and technologists from Canada who are either working directly in hydrology and water resources or are looking to broaden their understanding of hydrological systems and processes. Factors governing hydrological processes within the context of distinctly Canadian landscape features will be discussed.


Students will be exposed to an overview of each subject, with recent scientific findings and new cutting edge theories, tools and techniques, through a combination of classroom sessions at the University of Calgary's Biogeoscience Institute's Barrier Lake Station, and fieldwork at the Marmot Creek Research Basin. Students will emerge from the course with a deeper understanding of physical hydrological processes and how they interact to produce catchment water budgets and streamflow response, together with state-of-the-art field instrumentation and measurement techniques.


More information and registration is available at:


 or from Dr Chris Spence ([hidden email]) or Dr John Pomeroy (john.[hidden email])






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Ottawa, Ontario 

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