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!
11-14 June 2018: We're sending our biggest conference contingent to the annual CGU Meeting! Find Nandita, Kim, Fred, Alex, Danyka and Melani at their talks! Final schedule TBA.
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!
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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