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:
June 2018: We're excited to announce that Fred won the AGU 2018 Horton (Hydrology) Research Grant to study reactive interfaces in agroecosystems. Congrats, Fred!
14 June 2018: Kim presented her work on landscape nutrient legacies at the 2018 Chesapeake Bay Modeling Symposium in Annapolis, MD!
11-14 June 2018: We sent our biggest conference contingent yet to the annual CGU Meeting! Fred won the CGU 2018 Award for Best Student Paper!
7 June 2018: Fred represented the Basu Lab at GRADTalks for Drinking Water at the University of Waterloo!
4 June 2018: Joy, Melani, Kim, and Nandita to present their work at the Global Water Futures Annual Scientific Meeting! Special congrats to Kim for winning best presentation for postdoctoral fellows!
25 May 2018: Congrats to Danyka for receiving the well-deserved Ontario Graduate Scholarship for your master's program!
20-24 May 2018: Kim, Fred and Nandita presented their work at the SFS Annual Meeting! Check our the schedule here!
20 May 2018: Wow! Great job Tyler for receiving the prestigious Ontario Trillium Scholarship for your PhD!
14 May 2018: The Basu Lab family is getting larger! Welcome to postdoctoral fellow Richard Marinos from Dr. Bernhardt's research group at Duke University. So excited to have you join us!
30 Apr 2018: Welcome to visiting PhD student Shanghua Li who came all the way from Germany!
10 Apr 2018: Nandita gets recognized for outstanding research at with the Engineering Research Excellence Award!
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, The Guardian, and NPR!
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!
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