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About me

I am currently a Ph.D. student in Physical Geography (Centre for Hydrology) and at the Global Institute for Water Security (GWIS) at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatchewan, Canada. I am co-supervised by Canada Research Chair Professor John Pomeroy and Canada Excellence Research Chair Professor Howard Wheater. I have an interest in hydrological modelling and related fieldwork. I have a M.Sc in Physical geography, and a B.Sc. Honours in Physical Geography with Computer Science and Mathematics minors.

Academic interests


I can be contacted via email or through LinkedIn.

To view the CV, click here.

To download as a PDF file, click here.


I have my code hosted on Github.

My StackOverflow profile can be found here.

Other work

Worked on:

Selected publications

Marsh C.B., Pomeroy J.W., Spiteri R.J. (2012) Implication of mountain shading on cal-culating energy for snowmelt using unstructured triangular meshes. Hydrological Processes, Vol. 26 (12) 1767-1778

Please see CV for comprehensive list.