Quantifying the Water Balance of Northeastern Boreal Watersheds, British Columbia
Wednesday April 12, 2017 12:00pm-1:00pm
The Old Church (corner of First Avenue and King Street) - Smithers, BC
About this presentation
This study aims to provide water balance of boreal watersheds of northeastern BC using the MIKE SHE hydrological model. More specifically, this study intends to quantify historical and regional water balances of two boreal watersheds—the Coles Lake and Tsea Lake watersheds—and their associated hydrological processes. Therefore, hydrological components within these watersheds are quantified through a combination of intensive fieldwork, observation data analysis, and numerical modeling.
About Sina Abadzadesahraei
Sina is a Ph.D. candidate at the NRES department. He completed his master’s degree in water resources at the University of Algarve in Portugal, and received his bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering (Branch of Irrigation) from Iran University. He has also obtained practical experience in hydraulic computer programs and water measurement devices through his research experience. His research interests are studying hydrology and surface and ground water modelling. Sina is very passionate about studying the impact of climate change on watersheds and its effects on ecosystems.