Hydrology (Trent University, GEOG-3520H)
This course looks at the movement of water through the environment with emphasis on terrestrial aspects including interception, infiltration, soil moisture, evapotranspiration, groundwater, surface runoff, and streamflow, also covering human impact on hydrological processes.
Microclimatology (Trent University, GEOG-3440H)
This course deals with climate processes occurring close to the earth's surface. We discuss energy, water and carbon exchange between the surface and atmosphere in natural and human-modified systems.
Water Resources (Trent University, GEOG-2530H)
Access to safe water is one of the most pressing issues of the 21st century. In this course we will discuss the nature and distribution of water, and threats to water quality and quantity from local to global scales.
Isotopes Tracers in Catchment Hydrology (University of Saskatchewan, co-taught ENVS 828.3)
This course introduces graduate students and researchers to the principles of stable isotope geochemistry applied to catchment hydrology. This course is available for credit to any graduate student enrolled in a Canadian university or as an international workshop available to anyone interested in the subject. The course is led by Dr. Jeffrey McDonnell and a range of instructors (from universities across Canada and abroad), including myself in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Additional information about the course can be found here.