Dr. Carey directs the Watershed Hydrology Group and his research interests include hydrological, biogeochemical and land surface processes in natural and human impacted environments.
The group Dr. Carey uses field, laboratory and modelling approaches to understand how hydrological processes interact and influence ecosystem, biogeochemical and catchment processes across scales. Dr. Carey has a particular interest in cold environments and has been working in Yukon Territory for over 20 years. In addition, the influence of landscape disturbance on catchment processes has been an area of focus as the group seeks to help both industry and regulators understand and mitigate large scale disturbance in northern regions.
Dr. Carey serves on the Global Water Futures Strategic Management Committee and is the Principal Investigator fo the Mountain Water Futures program.
Hydrology; Biogeochemistry; Land Surface Processes in Natural and Human Impacted Environments
- Envir Sc 2W03 (Course Outline): Physical Hydrology, (Term Two) 2018-19
- Envir Sc 3RD3 ( Course Outline): Research Design and Dissemination in Earth and Environmental Sciences, (Term One) 2018-19
- Earth Sci 718:Advanced Hydrology, (Term Two) 2018-19