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Tricia A. Stadnyk, Ph.D., E.I.T.
Assistant Professor


    E1-308 EITC
    Department of Civil Engineering
    University of Manitoba
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6

    Phone: (204) 474-8704
    Fax: (204) 474-7513
    Email: stadnykt@cc.umanitoba.ca

Website:  watflood.ce.umanitoba.ca

Research Interests
  • Mesoscale hydrological modeling
  • Water isotopes
  • Climate change impact studies
  • Water-availability studies for hydropower production


Current Projects

  • Development of an Enhanced Lake-Hydrology Module for WATFLOOD
  • Climate Change Impact Assessment on Runoff Generation in the Churchill River Basin
  • Simulating Climate Change Impacts on River Hydrology in the Mackenzie River Basin
  • Quantifying Hydrological Controls on the Mackenzie River basin using Stable Water Isotopes
  • PROJECTED CHANGES IN WINNIPEG RIVER RUNOFF
Publications

Refereed Journal Papers
Published:

Stadnyk, T., 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.

Submitted:

Stadnyk, T., and Kouwen, N. (In Preparation). Quantifying and Partitioning Evaporation and Transpiration in the WATFLOOD Hydrological model. Submitted to J. Hydrol. Engineering, ASCE. HEENG-577.

Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D. (In Preparation). Mesoscale model validation and calibration using Stable Water Isotopes: the isoWATFLOOD Model. Submitted to J. Hydrology. HYDROL8787.

Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D. (In Preparation). Development and Testing of the isoWATFLOOD Model: An Isotopically-Enabled Hydrological Model. Submitted to J. Hydrology. HYDROL8786.

Full (Refereed) Conference Papers:
Published:

Slota, P., Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Koenig, K. (2009). Quantifying the Impacts of Climate Change on Power Generation in the Winnipeg River Basin. REDE, Extreme Disasters Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB: May 20-21, 2009.

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.

Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D., Pietroniro, A., Pellerin, P., & Neal, C. (2005). A groundwater separation study for the Great Lakes Basin using stable isotope tracers. In Canadian Geophysical Union. Banff, Alberta.

Stadnyk, T., Bellamy, S., Boyd, D., & Kouwen, N. (2004). Comparison of baseflow separation techniques. In Modelling of Urban Watershed Systems. Toronto, Ontario.

Stadnyk, T., St. Amour, N., Kouwen, N., Edwards, T.W.D., Pietroniro, A., & Gibson, J.J. (2004). Validation of a hydrological model using stable isotope tracers. In Application of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecology. Wellington, NZ.

Stadnyk, T. (2004). Validation of hydrological models using stable isotope tracers. In International Workshop on the Application of Isotope Techniques in Hydrological and Environmental Studies, UNESCO. Paris, France.

Stadnyk, T., Kouwen, N., & Edwards, T. (2004). Validation of hydrological models using stable isotope tracers. In American and Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Session. Montreal, Quebec.


Teaching

  • CIVL 3750 Hydrology (3rd year Civil Engineering undergraduate course)
  • CIVL 4180 Environmental Systems (4th year Civil Engineering undergraduate course)
  • CIVL 4470 Watershed Processes (4th year Civil Engineering undergraduate course)
  • CIVL 7770 Hydrological Processes (graduate course)
  • CIVL 7650 Isotope Hydrology (graduate course)

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