Research in our lab revolves around an interest in understanding and modeling the hydrology and biogeochemistry of human-impacted systems in the Anthropocene
The Basu Lab at Waterloo is a diverse group of researchers utilizing tools from environmental science, engineering and the social sciences to explore water-related issues integral to the functioning of human-impacted systems. As part of our research, we ask the following types of questions:
20-24 May 2018: Kim, Fred and Nandita are presenting at the SFS Annual Meeting! Check our the schedule here!
22 Mar 2018: A big congrats to Kim and Nandita for getting their legacy paper published in Science! Read more about the paper in the New York Times and The Guardian!
22 Mar 2018: Congrats Fred for winning best poster in hydrological sciences at the World Water Day research symposium!
2 Mar 2018: Four of our graduate students competed at the Civil and Environmental Engineering 3 Minute Thesis heat. Good job Alex, Danyka, Fred and Joy! Congrats to Fred for coming third! Check out the talks here!
2 Feb 2018: Congrats Danyka for winning best graduate poster at World Wetlands Day!
2 Jan 2018: Welcome to our Winter 2018 coop students Linea and Chloe!
11 Dec 2017: Kim and Nandita head to New Orleans for the AGU Fall meeting! Check out their abstracts here!
27 Oct 2017: Check out our pictures from our Halloween group meeting!
24 Oct 2017: Our Youtube channel is up!
11 Sept 2017: Good job Sara and Tejasvi on your talks about urban irrigation and sociohydrology of India at the Water Research Conference!
8 Sept 2017: Congrats Sara for passing your comprehensive exams!
5 Sept 2017: Welcome to Danyka, Joy, and Guy! We're excited to have you join our lab!
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