Tim DuvalAssociate Professor, Physical Geography Program Advisor Geography, Geomatics and Environment
My Research Interests
I am a stream and wetland ecohydrologist studying the hydrological, biogeochemical, and ecological process interactions in these ecosystems to better understand their functioning and ecosystem services they provide to society. I am currently focused on the impacts of climate and land use change to water, energy, and nutrient processing at the stream-groundwater interface in various landscapes of southern Ontario.
I participate in the following research clusters:
Graduate Student Recruitment
My Stream & Wetland Ecohydrology Research Group is currently seeking to add 2 students with interests in any of the following topics: surfacewater-groundwater interactions in urbanizing streams; suburban riparian soil organic carbon and nutrient characterization; nutrient and heavy metal cycling in urban streams; and, cold-weather in-stream nutrient processing. Students with a love of working outdoors are encouraged to apply.