February 01, 2010

CRI 2009 HBN Hynes Lecture

Photo from the Hynes Public Lecture Public Lecture: The Weird and Wonderful World of River Ice held on 21st October, 2009; 7 pm in Loring Bailey Hall, room 146, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.

CRI Fellows with the 2009 Annual HBN Hynes Lecturer: Dr. Faye Hicks. (L-R: Donald Baird, Rick Cunjak, Faye Hicks, Karen Kidd, Allen Curry, Katy Haralampides, Simon Courtenay)

This year's Hynes Lecturer was Dr. Faye Hicks, one of the leading experts on river ice. Dr. Hicks is a professor at the University of Alberta, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in hydraulics, and has research interests in the areas of river ice processes and hydraulics, ice jam flood forecasting, and environmental impacts of river ice.

This lecture explored both freeze-up and breakup processes on rivers, a topic critical to New Brunswick. This lecture was attended by ~120 and included researchers, professors, scientists and personnel from provincial, federal and local governments.

This lecture may be viewed and downloaded by clicking here.
access apply aquatic brunswick campus canadian centre committed contact continuing course cri education employment events faculty fredericton future graduate industry inquiries international issues john law map mission news office online outreach plans professionals programmes protecting research residence resources rivers saint services students study timetable training unb university water work world
created at TagCrowd.com