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Publications

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Publication List

Articles Submitted (refereed journals)

Stadnyk, T.A., Delavau C, Smith A (Submitted). Identifying hydrological controls in the Lower Nelson River Basin using stable water isotopes.  Submitted to JHydrology, HYDROL14699.

 

Articles in Journals (refereed)

Stadnyk, T.A., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D. (2013). Mesoscale model validation and calibration using Stable Water Isotopes: the isoWATFLOOD Model. Hydrol Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9695

Delavau, C., Stadnyk, T.A., Birks, J. (2011). Model based spatial distribution of oxygen-18 isotopes in precipitation across Canada.  CWRJ, 36(4): 313-330.

Stadnyk, T.A, St. Amour, N., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D., Pietroniro, A., & Gibson, J.J. (2005). A groundwater separation study in Boreal wetland terrain: the WATFLOOD hydrological model compared with stable isotope tracers. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 41(1), 1-20.

 

Technical Reports

Gibson, JJ & Yi, Y. Evaluating the Potential role of Stable Isotopes in Canada’s Water Survey: Examples from the Mackenzie River Basin. (Contributions from Stadnyk T & Delavau C).  Alberta Research Council, submitted to Environment Canada.  March 30, 2010.

Stadnyk, T., Coughlin, J.S., & Daniel, S.M. (2002). Development of an Arsenic-free Water Source in Molinos, Chile. Department of Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo. Technical Report.

 

Conference Presentations (Refereed)

Bohrn S, Stadnyk T (2013). Multi-model climate change impact and uncertainty assessment on the hydrology of a northern, data-sparse catchment. CMOS-CGU-CWRA Joint National Congress, Saskatoon SK: May 27-30th 2013.

Smith A, Delavau C, Stadnyk T, Koenig K (2013). Identifying primary streamflow components in the lower Nelson River basin. CMOS-CGU-CWRA Joint National Congress, Saskatoon SK: May 27-30th 2013.

Wruth S, Stadnyk T, Koenig K (2013). Incorporation of non-stationary landcover into hydrological climate change simulations in the Winnipeg River basin. CMOS-CGU-CWRA Joint National Congress, Saskatoon SK: May 27-30th 2013.

Zhao K-Y, Stadnyk T, Schellenberg G, Lespinas F, Fortin V, Koenig K (2013). Validation of the Canadian Precipitation Analysis as forcing for Distributed Hydrological modelling in Canadian Basins. CMOS-CGU-CWRA Joint National Congress, Saskatoon SK: May 27-30th 2013.

Schellenberg G, Zhao K-Y, Stadnyk T, Lespinas F, Fortin V, Koenig K (2013). Proxy Validation of the Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA) over the Churchill River Basin. CMOS-CGU-CWRA Joint National Congress, Saskatoon SK: May 27-30th 2013.

Delavau C, Smith AA, Stadnyk TA, Koenig K. (2012). Identifying hydrological controls in the lower Nelson River Basin utilizing stable water isotopes. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA: Dec 3-7 2012.

Kouwen N., Zhao K.Y., Koenig K., Fortin V., Stadnyk T.* (2012). The need for precipitation lapse rates in gentle to moderate relief terrain. CGU/CWRA National Conference, Banff, AB: June 6-8th, 2012.

Wruth S.*, Stadnyk T., Kouwen N., Koenig K. (2012).  Towards incorporation of non-stationary landcover in to climate change scenarios in the Winnipeg river basin. CGU/CWRA National Conference, Banff, AB: June 6-8th, 2012. (NSERC funded)

Zhao K.-Y.*, Stadnyk T., Koenig K., Rasmussen P., Fortin V. (2012). Use of High-Resolution Precipitation Data (CaPA) as input to the hydrological model WATFLOODTM. CGU/CWRA National Conference, Banff, AB: June 6-8th, 2012. (NSERC funded)

Smith A., Delavau C.*, Stadnyk T., Koenig K. (2012). The effects of land cover on the composition of stable water isotopes in streamflow within the lower Nelson River Basin.  CGU/CWRA National Conference, Banff, AB: June 6-8th, 2012. Poster (NSERC funded)

Delavau, C., Stadnyk, T., Birks, S.J., Yi, Y., Gibson, J.J. (2011). Towards Simulating Streamflow in Ungauged Basins Utilizing isoWATFLOOD: Time-Series Distribution of Oxygen-18 and Deuterium across Canada.  American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco CA: December 5-9 2011. Poster.

Birks, J., Delavau, C., Yi, Y., Jasechko, S., Gibson, J.J., Stadnyk, T., Edwards, T.W.D. (2011). Canadian Network for Isotopes in Precipitation: Regional Controls on Isotope-Climate Relations.  2011 BASIN conference on The Roles of Stable Isotopes in Water Cycle Research,
Keystone, CO.: March 29-31 2011. Oral.

Kouwen, N., Koenig, K, and Stadnyk T.A. (2011). Towards a Universal Hydrological Parameter set.  CWRA National Conference, St John’s Newfoundland: June 27-30th, 2011. Oral.

Slota, P., Ambach, W., and Stadnyk, T.A. (2011).  Development of an isotopic framework for the Experimental Lakes Area.  CWRA National Conference, St John’s Newfoundland: June 27-30th, 2011. Oral.

Bohrn, S., and Stadnyk, T. (2011).  Multi-model uncertainty assessment in the Churchill River Basin. CWRA National Conference, St John’s Newfoundland: June 27-30th, 2011. Oral.

Delavau, C and Stadnyk, T.A. (2011).  Towards Simulating Streamflow in Ungauged Basins utilizing the isoWATFLOOD Hydrological Model: Distribution of Stable Water Isotopes Across Canada.  CWRA National Conference, St John’s Newfoundland: June 27-30th, 2011. Oral.

Wruth, S., Stadnyk, T., Slota, P., Kouwen, N., Koenig, K. (2010).  Assessing the Impact of Climate-Driven Landcover Changes on Streamflow and Hydro Power Production in the Winnipeg River Basin.  Canadian Water Resources Association 62nd Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC: June 15-18, 2010. Oral.

Bohrn, S., Stadnyk, T., Slota, P., Kouwen, N., Koenig, K. (2010). Climate Change Impacts on Runoff Generation in the Churchill River Basin. Canadian Water Resources Association 62nd Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC: June 15-18, 2010. Poster.

Delavau, C., Stadnyk, T., Birks, S.J., Gibson, J.J., Yi, Y., Kouwen, N. (2010). Towards Simulating Streamflow in Ungauged Basins utilizing the isoWATFLOOD Hydrological model: Analysis of Distribution Methods for Stable Water Isotopes in the Mackenzie River Basin. Canadian Water Resources Association 62nd Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC: June 15-18, 2010. Poster.

Slota, P., Delavau, C., Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Koenig, K. (2010). Modeling the Odei River Basin: Forecasting Stream Flow for Hydroelectric Power Management. Canadian Water Resources Association 62nd Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC: June 15-18, 2010. Poster.

Slota, P., Stadnyk, T.., Kouwen N., and Koenig, K. (2010). Assessing uncertainties due to Climate Change in the Winnipeg River Basin.  Canadian Geophysical Union Conferences, Ottawa, ON: May, 2010. Oral presentation.

Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D., Gibson, J.J., & Pietroniro, A. (2009).  Mesoscale model validation using stable water isotopes: the isoWATFLOOD model.  In the International Joint Session of AGU-CGU, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: CG14A-04.

Slota, P., Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Koenig, K. (2009). ‘Modeling the impossible watershed’: simulating climate change on the Winnipeg River Basin. In the International Joint Session of AGU-CGU, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: GC11A-05.

Delavau, C., Stadnyk, T., Gibson, J.J., Sturm, K., Kouwen, N., & Segleneiks, F. (2009).  Towards simulating climate change using an RCM-driven hydrological model: coupling REMOiso with isoWATFLOOD in the Mackenzie River basin.  In the International Joint Session of AGU-CGU, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: CG14A-05.

Stadnyk, T., Edwards, T.W.D., & Kouwen, N. (2007). A framework for isotopic partitioning within mesoscale hydrological modelling: isoWATFLOOD Results. In CMOS-CGU-AMS Congress. St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Stadnyk, T., Edwards, T.W.D., & Kouwen, N. (2006). A framework for isotopic partitioning with mesoscale hydrological modelling: isoWATFLOOD. In International Workshop on the Isotope Effects in Evaporation: revisiting the Craig & Gordon Model four decades after its formulation. Pisa, Italy.

Undergraduate Theses (Completed)         

Schellenberg G (2013). Validation of Canadian Precipitation Analysis in the Churchill River Basin. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Ambach W(2012). Impacts of climate change on hydrological processes in the Winnipeg River Basin. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Smith A (2012). Assessing Hydrologic controls in the Nelson River Basin using stable water isotopes. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Zhao, Kuang Yin (2010). Better Precipitation Product for Hydrological Modelling in the Red River Basin. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Bohrn, Steven (2010). Quantifying the Effects of Climate Change on Runoff Generation in the Churchill River Basin. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Melvin, Ashley (2010). Simulating Runoff Generation in STC for the Assessment of Watershed Beneficial Management Practices. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Wruth, Shane (2009). Analysis of Climate-Change Induced Land-Use Changes on the Winnipeg River Basin Flow Regime. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Slota, Phillip (2009). Quantifying the Impacts of Climate Change on Power Production in the Winnipeg River Basin. B.Sc. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Department of Civil Engineering.

Graduate Dissertations & Theses (Completed)

Bohrn S (2012). Multi-Model uncertainty Assessment under Climate Change in the Churchill River Basin. M.Sc. thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Manitoba.

Stadnyk-Falcone, T. (2008). Mesoscale hydrological model validation and verification using stable water Isotopes: The isoWATFLOOD model. Ph.D. thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo.