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.
- Interested in obtaining the skills to pursue a research career in hydrology
- Broad interests in hydrology and future work lies in a novel research program on a key aspect of the hydrological cycle that includes fieldwork and scientific modeling
- Applying necessary techniques such as high performance computing, hydrological models, extensive field methods, and remote sensing to solve interesting scientific problems
I can be contacted via email or through LinkedIn.
I have my code hosted on Github. Below gives a summary, or you can click through to access my Gtihub profile page.
My StackOverflow profile can be found here
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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 [Link]
Marsh C.B., Pomeroy J.W., Spiteri R.J. Implication of mountain shading and topographic scaling on energy for snowmelt. Oral presentation at: CGU-HS conference; 2011 May 15--18; Banff, Alberta, Canada
Marsh C.B., Pomeroy J.W., Spiteri R.J. Implication of mountain shading and topographic scaling on energy for snowmelt. Oral presentation at: CGU-HS Student conference; 2011 Jan 29; Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Marsh P., Endrizzi S., Derksen C., Russell M.,Onclin C., Wilson H., Pomeroy J., Marsh C.B. Factors controlling the spatial variability in end of winter snowcover and spring melt at an arctic tundra site. Oral presentation at: AGU conference; 2010 Dec 13--17; San Francisco, California, USA
Marsh C.B., Spiteri R.J., Davison B. Improved MESH efficiency via parallelization and code optimization. Poster session presented at: IP3/WC2N Annual conference; 2009 Oct14-17; Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada [PDF]
Marsh C.B., Pohl S., Liston G.E. Impact of increased shrub density on snow accumulation and melt in the Arctic tundra. Poster session presented at: IUGG; 2007; Perugia, Italy [PDF]
Marsh, C.B., Spiteri R.J., Davison B. Improved MESH efficiency via parallelization and code optimization. University of Saskatchewan Technical report 2009-02 [PDF]
Marsh C.B., Pomeroy J.W., Spiteri R.J. Implication of mountain shading and topographic scaling on energy for snowmelt. Winner of D.M. Gray Student Hydrology Award 2011 [PDF]
Undergraduate project: Application of high resolution radiation model to complex terrain[PDF]