Past Students


Casey Beel, PhD (2019), Evolving High Arctic Landscapes: A Fluvial Geomorphic Perspective. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Dr. John Orwin

David Grewer, PhD (2017), Changes to Soil and Sedimentary Organic Matter Composition with Permafrost Active Layer Detachments in a Canadian High Arctic Watershed. Supervisor: Dr. Myrna Simpson

Nanfeng Liu, PhD (2017), Remote sensing of the Canadian Arctic: Modelling Biophysical Variables. Supervisor: Dr. Paul Treitz

Ashley Rudy, PhD (2016), Mapping and Prediction of Permafrost Hazards in the Canadian High Arctic. Supervisors: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Dr. Paul Treitz

Adam Collingwood, PhD (2014), Modelling Biophysical Variables in the Canadian High Arctic using Synthetic Aperture Radar Data. Supervisor: Dr. Paul Treitz

Dave Atkinson, PhD (2012), Modelling Biophysical Variables and Carbon Dioxide Exchange in Arctic Tundra Landscapes using High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing Data. Supervisor: Dr. Paul Treitz

Kailey Stewart, PhD (2011), Limnology and Paleolimnology of Adjacent High Arctic Lakes with an Emphasis on Terrestrial-Aquatic Linkages: Cape Bounty, Melville Island, Nunavut. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Jaclyn Cockburn, PhD (2008), Sedimentary Processes and Environmental Signals from Paired High Arctic Lakes. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux


Sarah McFadden, MSc (2019), Fine-Scale Ground Surface Vertical Displacement and Soil Water Processes in the Canadian High Arctic. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Valerie Freemantle, MSc (2019), A high spatial resolution satellite remote sensing time series analysis of Cape Bounty, Melville Island, Nunavut (2004-2018). Supervisors: Dr. Paul Treitz

Matthew Gillman, MSc (2019), Investigating Subsurface Flow Delivery to a Small High Arctic River. Supervisors: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Madeleine Garibaldi, MSc (2018), A High Arctic Microclimatic Hotspot Assessment, Cape Bounty, Nunavut. Supervisor: Dr. Phil Bonnaventure

Michael Pope, MSc (2018), Multi-year (2007-2017) Mercury (Hg) Concentration and Fluxes from Small High Arctic Rivers Impacted by Landscape Disturbance. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Jessica Peters, MSc (2017), Subsurface Water Flow Pathways in the Canadian High Arctic. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Kaitlyn Roberts, MSc (2017), Arctic Char Otolith Records of Recent Limnological Change in High Arctic Lakes. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Kurt Kyser

Amanda Schevers, MSc (2017), Long-term (2003-2016) Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen Fluxes from Paired High Arctic Catchments. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Sean Arruda, MSc (2016), Impacts of Enhanced Temperature and Snow Deposition on Senescence Date, Vegetation Cover, and CO2 Exchange in a Canadian High Arctic Mesic Ecosystem. Supervisor: Dr. Neal Scott

Amy Blaser, MSc (2016), Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Carbon Dioxide Exchange for a Wet Sedge Plant Community, Melville Island, NU. Supervisors: Dr. Neal Scott and Dr. Paul Treitz

Christopher Bolduc, MSc (2015), Thermal Evidence for Surface and Subsurface Water Contributions to Baseflow in a High Arctic River. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Emma Buckley, MSc (2015), Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Net Carbon Exchange in the Polar Semi-Desert Vegetation Type on Melville Island, Nunavut. Supervisors: Dr. Neal Scott and Dr. Paul Treitz

Jean Holloway, MSc (2014), Hydroclimatic and Landscape Controls over Mudboil Formation in the Canadian High Arctic. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux 

Nicole Louiseize, MSc (2014), Impact of Active Layer Detachments on Seasonal Dynamics of Nitrogen Export in High Arctic Watersheds. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Elena Favaro, MSc (2013), Downstream Patterns and Catchment Controls on Suspended Sediment Transport in a High Arctic River. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Fiona Gregory, MSc (2012), Biophysical Remote Sensing and Terrestrial CO2 Exchange at Cape Bounty, Melville Island. Supervisors: Dr. Paul Treitz and Dr. Neal Scott

Lynne Bosquet, MSc (2011), The Effects of Observed and Experimental Climate Change and Permafrost Disturbance on Tundra Vegetation in the Western Canadian High Arctic. Supervisors: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Dr. Greg Henry

Alison Cassidy, MSc (2011), The Effects of Recent and Relict Permafrost Disturbances on Tundra Vegetation, Cape Bounty, Melville Island. Supervisors: Dr. Scott Lamoureux and Dr. Paul Treitz

Maryse Veillette, MSc (2011), Geomorphic and Fluvial Response to Recent Permafrost Disturbances in a High Arctic River, Cape Bounty, Nunavut. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Hilary Dugan, MSc (2010), Long-term Development and Recent Dynamics of High Arctic Coastal Basins. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Emil Laurin, MSc (2010), The Impact of Experimental Snow Augmentation on Soil Thermal Regimes and Nutrient Fluxes from High Arctic Headwater Catchments. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Brock McLeod, MSc (2008), The Influence of Snowcover Distribution and Variable Melt Regimes on the Transport of Nutrients from Two High Arctic Watersheds. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Dana McDonald, MSc (2007), Hydroclimatic Influences on Suspended Sediment Delivery in a Small, High Arctic Catchment. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Jacob Wall, MSc (2005), Arctic Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture with Multitemporal SAR Imagery. Supervisor: Dr. Paul Treitz


Madison Harasyn, BScH (2017), Detecting the Presence of Localized Ground Water Inputs into High Arctic Lakes. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Lily Chan, BAH (2014), Nitrogen and Dissolved Organic Matter Composition in Active Layer Soils Affected by Permafrost Disturbance. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Krysten Rutherford, BASc (2013), Fluorescence Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) in High Arctic Rivers. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Sylvia Kwong, BScH (2012), Interannual Comparison of the Effects of Permafrost Disturbances on Sediment Flux in the West River Watershed at Cape Bounty, Melville Island (2008-2010). Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Kierney Leach, BSc (2012), The Relationship of River Conditions and Lake Inflow Stations in the Canadian High Arctic: West River and West Lake, Cape Bounty, Melville Island. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Katriina O’Kane, BSc (2012), Transitions in Arctic Lakes: Abrupt Changes, Their Mechanisms, and Timing. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Heather Munro, BASc (2011), Impact of Active Layer Detachments on Dissolved Organic Carbon in Five High Arctic Sub-catchments, Melville Island, Canada. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Anthony Bassutti, BScH (2010), Quantifying Sediment Deposition Patterns of Lake Underflows Using a Novel Underflow Sediment Trap. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Rebecca Crangle, BScH (2010), Controls on the Sediment and Particulate Organic Carbon Response of Catchments Disturbed by Active Layer Detachments. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Alyssa Hooge, BSc (2010), Impact of Summer Rainfall and Permafrost Disturbance on Suspended Sediment Discharge in Two Adjacent High Arctic Watersheds. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux

Lynne Bosquet, BSc (2008), The Effect of Sampling Methods and Storage with Sediment on the Concentrations of Ions in High Arctic Water Samples. Supervisor: Dr. Melissa Lafrenière

Hilary Dugan, BScH (2008), Hydrological and Sediment Yield Response to Summer Rainfall Events in a Small High Arctic Watershed. Supervisor: Dr. Scott Lamoureux