My background is in water resources systems analysis, and hydrological modelling. More specifically, I have developed hydrologic models for watersheds with different climatic and physiographic characteristics, conducted models calibration and uncertainty analysis using multiple sources of information to improve models’ predictions, and moreover, developed optimization-based techniques for evaluation of complex systems in water resources engineering to discover reliable and optimal solutions.
The main focus of my research in the Ecohydrology group is on hydrology and reactive transport modelling of the Grand River catchment. The objective of this research is to combine hydrology and conceptual reactive transport models to gain a better understanding about the nitrogen legacy in the catchment. Furthermore, to assess the impact of Best Management Practices (BMPs) and climate change on the nitrogen cycle is among further objectives of the study.
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