12 record(s) found with the tag "runoff" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Hydrological Studies, Mackenzie Delta Region
Principal Investigator: Marsh, Philip
Licensed Year(s): 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006
Summary: The objectives of this project are to understand and predict stream discharge in northern regions and water levels in the Mackenzie Delta, in order to better understand the impact of climate change and natural gas development. Sites will be visited between April and September, accessed from Inuvik using helicopter, snowmobile, and float plane. On site travel will be by boat and on foot. Activi...

Investigations of the water cycle and hydrological processes of the subarctic Canadian Shield
Principal Investigator: Spence, Christopher
Licensed Year(s): 2017 2016 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007
Summary: The objective of the research is to determine the water cycle processes in lakes and streams affecting Baker Creek and similar streams, and more generally to understand how small scale processes influence those of larger areas. Field studies at Baker Creek, a typical Canadian Shield stream that drains ~130 km2 into Great Slave Lake, will focus on the spring melt and summer seasons. Existing i...

Modelling the flow and storage components in the lower Liard River valley
Principal Investigator: Quinton, William L.
Licensed Year(s): 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001
Summary: This study is a continuation of a project that began in 2001. The researchers are studying the flow and storage of water in the Scotty Creek watershed. The data they collect will help them to create a model that will do a better job of estimating the volume and timing of basin runoff in wetlands in discontinuous permafrost terrain. The information they have collected so far suggests that peat p...

Snow Accumulation/Runoff in High Latitude Permafrost Basins
Principal Investigator: Marsh, Philip
Licensed Year(s): 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1990
Summary: The primary objective of this project is to improve understanding of the fluxes of water and energy in northern regions, and to develop improved computer models of these processes. The Trail Valley Creek site will be accessed by helicopter and snowmobile...

Water Balance Studies in the Coppermine River Basin: The Chain of Lakes Effect in Space and Time.
Principal Investigator: Maric, Robert
Licensed Year(s): 2001
Summary: The research team will be based out of Yellowknife. Travel to the Ekati Mine site will be by helicopter; travel on site will be on foot. The research team will be in the field for approximately seven days. Characterization of the hydrologic balance of the system under investigation will be completed by the collection of several hundred water samples (each with an approximate volume of 30 ml) at d...

Dynamics and hydrology of a high arctic glacier: John Evans Glacier, Ellesmere Island
Principal Investigator: Sharp, Martin
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: Measurements of the glacier's surface will be taken using ground surveys and radio echo sounding. In addition, data will be collected on the amounts of snow accumulation and meltwater run-off as well as the chemistry of the snow, water and ice. This information will provide us with a better understanding of glaciers in terms of their growth/shrinkage, contribution of water to the local environme...

Mackenzie Delta Hydrology and Ecosystem Interactions
Principal Investigator: Marsh, Philip
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992 1991
Summary: The research will study changes in the water levels of a variety of lakes in the Mackenzie Delta. Investigations will include consideration of factors controlling the lake levels, introduction of floodwater from the Mackenzie River, rainfall on to the lake, smowmelt runoff into the lakes and evaporation from the lakes....

Northern Hydrology and Climatology Studies
Principal Investigator: Prowse, T.D.
Licensed Year(s): 1990
Summary: Spring breakup in Northern Rivers are often associated with record water levels and often lead to flooding. Present methods of forecasting the severity of these events are hampered by lack of understanding. The acquired knowledge and understanding obtained from these studies will be applied to the enhancement of suitable models for predicting the time and magnitude of these events....

Geomorphology of Ward Hunt Island and Ice Shelf
Principal Investigator: King, Lorenz
Licensed Year(s): 1990
Summary: Dr. King and his team will measure the snow distribution at the end of the winter in order to obtain an indication of the run-off during summer and of the mass balance on the ice shelf....

Hydrology of a high arctic slope during spring melt
Principal Investigator: Woo, Ming-ko
Licensed Year(s): 1989 1988
Summary: The researcher will be measuring various processes such as snowmelt, meltwater infiltration, refreezing of meltwater and heat conduction into the active layer in order to study their relationships to develop a model linking these processes....