Water Resource Hydrology Group, University of Manitoba
Water Resources (Hydrology) Group
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
(Stadnyk, 2009: Town of Morris during the 2009 Flood)
Welcome to the home page of the
Water Resource (Hydrology) group in the Department of Civil
Engineering at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB. Our research
includes hydrological studies for water use/water availability using
watershed models; studies of the impacts of climate change on
hydrologic and water resource systems; and water use studies for the
hydropower industry in Manitoba. This website describes our current
research projects, the people in our research group, the models and
the data that we use, our recent publications and our resources. Our
group is also closely associated with the Hydraulics Research &
Testing Facility (HRTF) Water Resource group
For general information on the Graduate Program in Civil Engineering (Water Resources), please visit the website of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Manitoba. For other general information on the program contact the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Manitoba.
Dr. T. Stadnyk comments on the flooding in Southern Manitoba
Global evening news (2013). “Winter Wallop Worsens Flood Outlook”. On camera & article, http://globalnews.ca/news/480669/manitoba-hit-by-another-winter-blast/
Global TV Morning News Winnipeg (2013). On-camera Interview: flood expert, http://globalnews.ca/video/454726/trish-stadnyk-hydrologist
The Manitoban (2013). Interviewed for Article: “Spring flood report changes warning to moderate/major” by Quinn Richert
The Winnipeg Sun (2013). Interviewed for Article: “Major flood possible in Manitoba” by Joyanne Pursaga.
A warm welcome to new Civil Engineering coop students Tegan Holmes, Chelsea Ngyuen, and Brittany Toews!
Congrats to students Greg Schellenberg & Parsa Aminian, current & former WRHG students who have completed (with honours) their B.Sc.'s.