Current Research Groups working in Wolf Creek Watershed
McMaster Watershed Hydrology Group
Dr. Sean Carey is a Professor in the School of Earth, Environment and Society at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario where he leads the McMaster Watershed Hydrology Group.
Sean completed his PhD in Wolf Creek Watershed in 2000 and has conducted research in WCRB and throughout all of Yukon for over the past 28 years, studying watershed hydrology, evaporative fluxes, biometeorology, water quality and runoff dynamics. He currently leads a group of PhD, Masters, and undergraduate students completing research projects in Wolf Creek Watershed - read about the current and previous projects below!
His broad research interests include hydrological and land surface processes in natural and human impacted environments. Prior to arriving to McMaster in 2011, he held positions at the University of Saskatchewan (2000-2004), and Carleton University (2004-2011).
Email: careysk "at" mcmaster.ca
Arsh Grewal, MSA.
Arsh is using hydrometric, meteorological, and water quality data to evaluate the influence of ground thermal status, precipitation, and antecedent conditions on storage and release of water in Yukon landscapes. His work is focused on WCRB and along the Dempster Highway.
Email: akgrewal "at" mcmaster.ca