Dr. Leif Eric Mattson*
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography,
Nipissing University, 100 College Drive, North Bay, Ontario,
P1B 8L7, CANADA
Office A306, firstname.lastname@example.org
tel: (705) 474-3450 ext. 4238
fax: (705) 474-1947
* Adjunct Professor-Cold Regions Research Centre, WLU
Ph.D. Geography,University of Waterloo, 1992.
M.A. Geography, University of Waterloo, 1986.
B.E.S. Geography, University of Waterloo, 1984.
My current research interests are primarily focused on snow and ice hydrology. More
specifically, I am interested in modelling the volumetric change in alpine glaciers through
the combination of image analysis, geographic information systems and field surveying.
COURSES FOR 2004-2005*
January 2005- September 2005
Airphoto Interpretation (GEOG 3036E)
Pleistocene and Glacial Geomorphology (GEOG 4116E)
Applied Hydrology (GEOG 4126)
* Recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching (1995)
De Scally, F. A., MATTSON, L. E. and D. Rowbotham.(2003/04). The 4th August 1999 Debris
Flow at Five Mile Creek, Banff National Park, Alberta. Western Geographer 13/14: 1-18.
L. E. (2000). The Influence of a Debris Cover on the Mid-Summer Discharge
of Dome Glacier, Canadian Rocky Mountains. In: Debris-Covered Glaciers,
International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 264.
Canadian Association of Geographers
Canadian Geophysical Union (Hydrology Section)
Canadian Association of Geomorphologists
Eastern & Western Snow Conferences