We've worked hard to build a team of diverse, well educated, and experienced professionals. We've executed a wide variety of projects, and are continually recruiting bright, up-and-coming professionals to provide enlightening solutions to water management.
“You have to do something you’ve never done to have something you’ve never had.”
Ryan MacDonald, Ph.D.
Dr. Ryan MacDonald has been conducting research and working in the hydrological sciences for over ten years. He is a research consultant and an adjunct Assistant Professor. His work is focused on catchment-scale hydrological processes and aquatic ecosystems. He has played a lead role in the development and application of process-based hydrological models for mountain watersheds and led several field-based research projects. He has also led multi stakeholder projects on river management using large-scale models. He has worked on a range of projects looking at the impacts of changes in climate and land use on hydrometeorology in mountain environments. Dr. MacDonald has also led cumulative effects assessments as well as watershed-scale analyses using integrated modelling tools. Through his work, he has published numerous peer-reviewed research articles and co-authored two books. He continues to work in academia while providing services to clients from private and public sectors.
“Obviously something is wrong with the entire argument of 'obviousness'.”
Devin Cairns, M.Sc., P.Geol.
Hydrogeologist & Programmer
Devin specializes in dynamic water-related problem solving and communication tools. His experience includes pragmatic approaches to the understanding of natural watershed conditions, forecasting system stresses, profiling spatial risk, and understanding cumulative effects using integrated computer programming/modelling with knowledge in hydrogeology, hydrology, geomorphology, and GIS.
“Everything must be made as simple as possible. But not simpler.”
Matthew Chernos, M.Sc.
Hydrologist & Programmer
Matthew is a Hydrologist and Glaciologist with a core focus in alpine hydrology, environmental change, river geomorphology, scientific programming, and science communication. He provides pragmatic and scientifically rigorous solutions to water-related issues. His work relies on a strong analytical approach based on novel statistical and physically-based methods to model hydrologic processes.
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”
"Native American Proverb”
Danielle Marcotte, M.Env, BIT.
Danielle specializes in the Environmental Assessment field, with a focussed interest in the issue of cumulative impacts. Through the use of GIS-based approaches she is able to provide novel solutions to environmental and watershed-based issues.