Claire Oswald
Claire Oswald
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ryerson University
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The role of northern lakes in a regional energy balance
WR Rouse, CJ Oswald, J Binyamin, C Spence, WM Schertzer, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 6 (3), 291-305, 2005
Interannual and seasonal variability of the surface energy balance and temperature of central Great Slave Lake
WR Rouse, CM Oswald, J Binyamin, PD Blanken, WM Schertzer, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 4 (4), 720-730, 2003
Thermal characteristics and energy balance of various-size Canadian Shield lakes in the Mackenzie River Basin
CJ Oswald, WR Rouse
Journal of Hydrometeorology 5 (1), 129-144, 2004
An investigation of the thermal and energy balance regimes of Great Slave and Great Bear Lakes
WR Rouse, PD Blanken, N Bussières, AE Walker, CJ Oswald, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 9 (6), 1318-1333, 2008
Towards a unified threshold-based hydrological theory: necessary components and recurring challenges.
G Ali, CJ Oswald, C Spence, ELH Cammeraat, KJ McGuire, T Meixner, ...
Hydrological Processes 27 (2), 313-318, 2013
Water storage dynamics and runoff response of a boreal Shield headwater catchment
CJ Oswald, MC Richardson, BA Branfireun
Hydrological Processes 25 (19), 3042-3060, 2011
Energy budget processes of a small northern lake
C Spence, WR Rouse, D Worth, C Oswald
Journal of Hydrometeorology 4 (4), 694-701, 2003
Climate-lake interactions
WR Rouse, PD Blanken, CR Duguay, CJ Oswald, WM Schertzer
Cold region atmospheric and hydrologic studies. The Mackenzie GEWEX …, 2008
The influence of lakes on the regional energy and water balance of the central Mackenzie River Basin
WR Rouse, J Binyamin, PD Blanken, N Bussières, CR Duguay, ...
Cold region atmospheric and hydrologic studies. The Mackenzie GEWEX …, 2008
Fate and transport of ambient mercury and applied mercury isotope in terrestrial upland soils: Insights from the METAALICUS watershed
CJ Oswald, A Heyes, BA Branfireun
Environmental science & technology 48 (2), 1023-1031, 2014
The T-TEL method for assessing water, sediment, and chemical connectivity
G Ali, C Oswald, C Spence, C Wellen
Water Resources Research 54, 1-29, 2018
Spatial distribution and extent of urban land cover control watershed-scale chloride retention
C Oswald, G Giberson, E Nicholls, C Wellen, S Oni
Science of the Total Environment 652, 278-288, 2019
Total and methyl mercury concentrations in sediment and water of a constructed wetland in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region
CJ Oswald, SK Carey
Environmental Pollution 213, 628-637, 2016
Antecedent moisture conditions control mercury and dissolved organic carbon concentration dynamics in a boreal headwater catchment
CJ Oswald, BA Branfireun
Water Resources Research 50 (8), 6610-6627, 2014
Hydrologic recovery of snow accumulation and melt following harvesting in northeastern Ontario
JM Buttle, CJ Oswald, DT Woods
Proceedings of the Eastern Snow Conference 62, 83-91, 2005
Increases in salinity following a shift in hydrologic regime in a constructed wetland watershed in a post-mining oil sands landscape
KM Biagi, CJ Oswald, EM Nicholls, SK Carey
Science of the Total Environment 653, 1445-1457, 2019
Surface energy balance calculations for small northern lakes
J Binyamin, WR Rouse, JA Davies, CJ Oswald, WM Schertzer
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2006
Cold region lakes and landscape evaporation
WR Rouse, CJ Oswald, C Spence, WM Schertzer, PD Blanken
Proc. Second MAGS-GAME Joint Workshop, 37-42, 2002
Modeling lake energy fluxes in the Mackenzie River Basin using bulk aerodynamic mass transfer theory
CJ Oswald, WR Rouse, J Binyamin
Cold Region Atmospheric and Hydrologic Studies. The Mackenzie GEWEX …, 2008
An application of the T‐TEL assessment method to evaluate connectivity in a lake‐dominated watershed after drought
C Spence, G Ali, CJ Oswald, C Wellen
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55 (2), 318-333, 2019
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