Dr. April James
Associate Professor, Department of Geography Canada Research Chair – Watershed Analysis and Modelling 705-474-3450 x 4062, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D – Geography, McGill University, 2005 MS – Earth Sciences, Clemson University, 1994 B.Eng. – Engineering Physics, The Royal Military College of Canada, 1992
The Watershed Hydrology Lab is a research group led by Dr. April James in the Department of Geography, at Nipissing University. We investigate how water moves through our watersheds. We ask questions like: How does water move into streams, rivers and lakes? Where is water stored and for how long? What are the flowpaths water takes to exit a watershed? Can we predict and model the movement of water? What is the quality of the water in a watershed and how is this affect by natural processes and human activities? Currently, our focus is to develop applications of stable isotopes of water to improve our understanding of water movement, a critical goal for the long-term protection of the health and sustainability of our water resources and aquatic environments.