Dr. Trish Stadnyk, PEng

 

 

E1-308 EITC
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V6
Ph: 204-474-8704  Fax: 204-474-7513
Email: tricia.stadnyk@umanitoba.ca
      

Research Interests

• Hydrology
• Hydrologic modelling
• Tracer hydrology
• Water isotopes
• Source separation
• Water availability under climate change
• Climate change and hydropower production

Selected Refereed Journal Publications

Smith, A., T.A. Stadnyk (2016). Assessment of a lumped coupled flow-isotope model in data scarce Boreal catchments. Accepted by Hydrol. Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10835.

Lespinas, F., Fortin, V., Roy, G., Rasmussen, P., Stadnyk, T. (2015). Performance evaluation of the Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA) system. J. Hydro.Met. 16(5): 2045-2064.

Untereiner, E., G. Ali, T.A. Stadnyk (2015). Spatiotemporal Variability of Water Quality and Stable Water Isotopes in Intensively Managed Prairie Watersheds. Hydrol. Processes 29(18): 4125-4143.

Stadnyk T, Dow K, Wazney L, Blais E (2015). The 2011 Red River Flood: Causes, Assessment and Damages. Can. Water Resourc. J., doi: 10.1080/07011784.2015.1008048.

Delavau C, Chun KP, Stadnyk T, Birks SJ, Welker JM (2015). North American precipitation isotope (18O zones reveled in time series modelling of precipitation 18O across Canada and the northern United States. Water Resourc. Res., 51(2): 1284-1299. doi: 10.1002/2014WR015687

Smith A, Delavau C., Stadnyk TA (2015). Hydrologic Assessment of the lower Nelson River basin using stable water isotope investigations. Can. Water Resour. J.,40(1): 23-25. doi: 10.1080/07011784.2014.985512

Stadnyk TA, Gibson JJ, Longstaff F (2015). Basin-scale Assessment of Operational Baseflow Separation Algorithms. J. Hydrol. Eng., 20(5). doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001089, 04014074.

Stadnyk T., Delavau C., Kouwen N., Edwards T.W.D. (2013). Towards hydrological model calibration and validation: simulation of stable water isotopes using the isoWATFLOOD model. Hydrol Processes, 27(25): 3791-3810.

Delavau C., Stadnyk T., Birks J. (2011). Model based spatial distribution of oxygen-18 isotopes in precipitation across Canada. Can. Water Resourc. J., 36(4): 313-330.

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.

Teaching

• CIVL 3750 Hydrology
• CIVL 4180 Environmental Systems
• CIVL 4470 Watershed Processes
• CIVL 7650 Surface Water Modelling
• CIVL 7770 Hydrological Processes
• ENVS 898 Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology (University of Saskatchewan)

Professional Service

National Director, Canadian Water Resources Association
National representative (Manitoba Branch), Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences
Chair, Canadian Geophysical Union (Hydrology Section) Isotope Tracer Committee
Vice-Chair, Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
Board member, Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium
Professional Engineer, Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba

Comprehensive CV-Trish Stadnyk