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2014 / 04 / 9-11
Stephen participated in a Manitoba Hydro NSERC CRD workshop in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

2014 / 03 / 26
Stephen presented a talk at UNBC entitled "Exploring causes for the global warming hiatus observed during the last 15 years" as part of the Climate Science Informal Discussion.

2014 / 03 / 20
Our research on streamflow input to Lake Athabasca is referenced in recent Peace River Site C public hearings.

2014 / 03 / 19
Stephen is now Vice Chair/Treasurer of the CMOS BC Interior and Yukon executive.

2014 / 03 / 14
Ian organized a meeting of the Nechako Watershed Alliance in Vanderhoof, BC. Stephen and other members of the UNBC Integrated Watershed Research Group participated in the meeting as well.

2014 / 03 / 05
Sina presented a talk entitled "Quantifying the water budget for Coles Lake, Northeastern BC" as part of the Bulkley Valley Research Centre's seminar series, in Smithers, BC.

2014 / 02 / 08
Michael participated in the Spatial Knowledge and Information conference in Banff, Alberta.

2014 / 02 / 01
Our group's research is featured in the magazine International Innovation published by Research Media Ltd. International Innovation is the leading global dissemination resource for the wider scientific, technology and research communities, dedicated to disseminating the latest science, research and technological innovations on a global level. More information and a complimentary subscription offer to the publication can be found at: www.researchmedia.edu.

2014 / 01 / 14-16
DK participated in the second Snow Remote Sensing Workshop in Granby, Colorado.

2014 / 01 / 09
Cherry, J. E., Déry, S. J., Cheng, Y., Stieglitz, M., Jacobs, A. S., and Pan, F.-F., 2014: Chapter 2: Climate and hydrometeorology of the Toolik Lake Region and the Kuparuk Rvier Basin: Past, Present and Future, in Hobbie, J. E. and Kling, G. W. (ed.), Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes, Oxford University Press, 21-60.

2014 / 01 / 01
Kang, D.-K., Barros, A., and Déry, S. J., 2014: Evaluating passive microwave radiometry for the dynamical transition from dry to wet snowpacks, IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens., 52(1), 3-15.

2013 / 12 / 8-12
Ian and Stephen participated in the 2013 Fall Annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, California.

2013 / 11 / 30
Stephen delivered an invited talk entitled "Tracking climate change in north-central British Columbia" to the UNBC Board of Governors.

2013 / 11 / 08
Geoff delivered the NRESi colloquium based on his previous research at Dalhousie University.

2013 / 11 / 01
DK and Stephen met with research collaborators at the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium in Victoria, BC. DK also informally presented his recent research results on the Fraser River Basin.

2013 / 10 / 30-31
DK and Stephen participated in the CanSISE network workshop in Victoria, BC. Stephen chaired one session on network integration and presented as well on behalf of the NHG.

2013 / 10 / 28
Stephen participated in the Chilako Watershed Information Session at the Beaverly Firehouse, starting at 7 p.m.

2013 / 10 / 17-18
Aseem participated in the Eight Annual Himalayan Policy Research Conference, in Madison, Wisconsin.

2013 / 10 / 11
Stephen conducted an interview with CBC Radio Prince George in regards to the Minister of the Environment Leona Aglukkaq's recent comments that "climate change is debatable".

2013 / 10 / 09
Stephen led an interactive discussion on watershed stewardship in the context of climate change with the Northern Provincial Government Water Stewardship Group at UNBC.

2013 / 10 / 05
Stephen and James participated in the annual Open House of the Quesnel River Research Centre, in Likely, BC. They also conducted field work at this location and Spanish Mountain.

2013 / 09 / 30
Some of our work is referenced in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) fifth assessment report (AR5). Read chapter 4 of the IPCC AR5 for details.

2013 / 09 / 29
Celebrate "World Rivers Day" and "BC Rivers Day"!!

2013 / 09 / 20
Stephen is guest editor of this month's issue of Atmosphere-Ocean with Dr. John Pomeroy on the topic of climate change in the Columbia River Basin

2013 / 08 / 01
DK begins his new position as post-doctoral fellow contributing to the Canadian Snow and Sea Ice (CanSISE) network.

2013 / 07 / 03
Stephen was interviewed by CKPG, the local television station, to discuss the recent spell of nice, hot weather in Prince George.

2013 / 06 / 25
Stephen led a demonstration and discussion of the meteorological station at Ness Lake and climate change in the Nechako watershed to a group of health sciences students participating in a field class organized by Dr. Margot Parkes at UNBC.

2013 / 06 / 24
Our contributions to two research networks supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada's Climate Change and Atmospheric Research funding program are highlighted by a UNBC press release.

2013 / 06 / 19
Stephen participated in a Knowledge-to-Action workshop at UNBC.

2013 / 06 / 18
Ian successfully defended his doctoral thesis in Senate Chambers. Congratulations Ian!

2013 / 06 / 11
Ben and Stephen deployed the tenth weather station in the CAMnet network at Coles Lake, BC, near the border with the Northwest Territories.

2013 / 05 / 17
The Canadian government announces funding for seven NSERC research networks on the broad topic of Climate Change and Atmospheric Research. Stephen and his group members will be part of two of the networks. See the official press release on the NSERC website

2013 / 05 / 02
Rasouli, K.,Hernández-Henríquez, M. A., and Déry, S. J., 2013: Streamflow input to Lake Athabasca, Canada, Hydrol. Earth System Sciences, 17, 1681-1691, doi:10.5194/hess-17-1681-2013. Full Document

2013 / 04 / 23
Picketts, I. M., Curry, J., Déry, S. J., and Cohen, S. J., 2013: Learning from and for local practitioners: Determining community climate change adaptation priorities, Climatic Change, 118(2), 321-337.

2013 / 04 / 11
Stephen is a contributing author for a poster presentation entitled: "Suspended sediment dynamics in the forefield of the rapidly deglaciating Castle Creek Glacier, British Columbia" being delivered by Tim Stott at the 2013 European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.

2013 / 03 / 19
Shi, X., Déry, S. J., Groisman, P. Ya, and Lettenmaier, D. P., 2013: Relationships between recent pan-Arctic snow cover and hydroclimate trends, J. Climate, 26(6), 2048-2064.

2013 / 03 / 06-07
Stephen was in Victoria to participate (as a panel member) in the BC Atmospheric River Events Workshop.

2013 / 01 / 15
Stephen comments on a recent article on declining outdoor skating seasons across Canada for CKPG News, Prince George, BC.

2012 / 12 / 19
Our research on the changing hydrology of the Fraser River Basin was the focus of a Global News video.

2012 / 12 / 10
Stephen participated as an external reader in Mr. Xiaogang Shi's doctoral thesis defense. Dr. Shi successfully defended his thesis at the University of Washington. Congratulations Xiaogang!

2012 / 12 / 03-07
DK and Heidi participated in the Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco, California.

2012 / 11 / 29-30
Stephen participated in the University of Toronto's Centre for Global Change Science graduate student symposium. He presented a talk entitled "Climate change and the water towers of western Canada".

2012 / 11 / 14-15
Stephen participated in two town hall meetings in Horsefly and Williams Lake to establish environmental issues of concern to citizens in those two communities.

2012 / 10 / 31
Stephen became a member of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences.

2012 / 10 / 19
DK presented a talk entitled "Snow hydrology: Microwave interaction with the snowpack" at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UCLA.

2012 / 10 / 17
Stephen is now a member of the advisory group for a climate change adaptation planning project with the Tsilhqot'in National Government.

2012 / 10 / 13
Stephen participated in the QRRC's sixth annual Open House and then a town hall meeting on environmental issues of concern to the community of Likely, BC.

2012 / 10 / 05
DK presented a talk entitled "The changing hydrological regime of the Fraser River Basin" at the NRESi colloquium.

2012 / 10 / 02
Follow some of our field activities on Aseem's blog.

2012 / 10 / 01-02
Stephen participated in a worksop on Ecohealth & Watersheds in northern BC.

2012 / 09 / 20-21
Ewan and Stephen participated in field work at Castle Creek Glacier, Cariboo Mountains.

2012 / 08 / 20-21
Andrew and Stephen participated in field work at Castle Creek Glacier, Cariboo Mountains. See a few pictures of our field trip here or a few more photos from Andrew.

2012 / 08 / 15
Lenaerts, J. T. M., van den Broeke, M. R., van Angelen, J. H., van Meijgaard, E., and Déry, S. J., 2012: Drifting snow climate of the Greenland ice sheet: A study with a regional climate model, The Cryosphere, 6, 891-899. Full Document

2012 / 08 / 14
Our study on the changing Fraser River Basin is featured in the Chilliwack Times.

2012 / 08 / 10
Stephen is now a member of the Council for the International Glaciological Society.

2012 / 07 / 31
Our research is featured in the magazine International Innovation published by Research Media Ltd. International Innovation is the leading global dissemination resource for the wider scientific, technology and research communities, dedicated to disseminating the latest science, research and technological innovations on a global level. More information and a complimentary subscription offer to the publication can be found at: www.researchmedia.edu.

2012 / 07 / 30
DK participated in a tutorial on Community Earth System Modeling at NCAR in Boulder, Colorado.

2012 / 07 / 25
Stephen signed a letter to the editor in the Prince George Citizen against Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline along with a dozen UNBC faculty members. Please consider not only the pipeline's physical footprint (and potential spills), its imprint on First Nations sacred lands and waterways, but also its carbon footprint once bitumen flows freely to Asian markets in judging its contribution to society... This will only enhance greenhouse gas loading in the atmosphere and exacerbate climate change.

2012 / 07 / 24-26
Stephen participated in a workshop on the Kiskatinaw Watershed in Dawson Creek, BC.

2012 / 07 / 12
Our recent article on Hudson Bay streamflow is featured on the Earth Emphasis website.

2012 / 06 / 28
A media release on our research focusing on the changing hydrology of the Fraser River Basin is published by UNBC.

2012 / 06 / 26
The Institute of Physics' Environmental Research Web publishes an insight on our recent Environmental Research Letters article on the hydrology of the Fraser River and its tributaries.

2012 / 06 / 13-14
Ian participated in a meeting entitled "Climate Change Solutions: The Road Ahead" hosted by the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, Victoria, BC.

2012 / 06 / 02
Stephen presented a talk entitled "Climate change in north-central BC and its impacts on water resources" at the 12th annual Riversheds Forum held at Gavin Lake, BC.

2012 / 05 / 28-29
Stephen participated in the ArcticNet-Manitoba Hydro Cold Region Estuaries Workshop in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

2012 / 04 / 12
Stephen is now a member of the editorial board of Atmosphere-Ocean.

2012 / 03 / 29
Stephen presented a talk entitled "Climate, snow and water: An overview of change in the Upper Fraser River Basin at the University of Washington in Seattle. Stephen also participated in Mr. Xiaogang Shi's general examination that day.

2012 / 03 / 13
Stephen presented a talk entitled "Climate change in northern BC and its impacts on water resources" at the Williams Lake Field Naturalists.

2011 / 07 / 27
Check out Jake's video of our recent field work at Castle Creek Glacier, in the Cariboo Mountains.

2011 / 05 / 06
Stephen participated in an outreach activity at the Ancient Forest, dicussing climate and climate change in the area to groups of undergraduate and high school students.

2011 / 04 / 27
Check out a video filmed by the Vancouver Aquarium depicting some of our research in the Ancient Forest in support BC's Year of Science.

2011 / 03 / 25-26
The students in Snow and Ice (ENSC 454/654) participated in a field trip to Blue River to obtain an avalanche training course with Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing .

2010 / 07 / 19
Stephen presented a talk entitled "Climate change and water: A focus on Alexis Creek" at a climate change and water issues workshop held at the Tl'etinqox-T'in First Nations.

2010 / 06 / 20
Contact Stephen if you are a UNBC undergraduate student and you wish to participate in an internship with the NHG and obtain credit for it.

2009 / 12 / 11
Darlene and Stephen organized a workshop at the Stellat'en First Nation to reduce the community's carbon footprint. Details of this workshop and its associated project can be found here. A press release on our partnership with Stellat'en First Nation was also issued by UNBC.

2009 / 08 / 27
See here photos of our recent excursion to Small River Glacier, in the Rocky Mountains.

2009 / 05 / 30
The NHG launches version 2.0 of its IPY website.

2008 / 08 / 19
Check out the NHG @ UNBC on Facebook or our wiki board to keep track of our research activities.

2007 / 9 / 28
UNBC is Canada's Green University! Find out why on the following website and do your share to protect our environment.

2007 / 6 / 19
Some of our work is referenced in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) fourth assessment report (AR4). Read chapter 3 of the IPCC AR4 for details.

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Welcome to the homepage of the northern hydrometeorology group (NHG) at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.

The NHG investigates the role of climate variability and climate change on the high-latitude and alpine water cycle. The research group is led by Stephen Déry, a Canada Research Chair in northern hydrometeorology, a tenured, associate professor in the Environmental Science and Engineering Program of UNBC, as well as a member of UNBC's Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute (NRESi). Details on the NHG's research including projects, funding sources, and members are found here.

A recent curriculum vitae and biography for Stephen are available online.

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Courses


  • ENSC 312 (Biometeorology)
  • ENSC 408/608 (Storms)
  • ENSC 454/654 (Snow and Ice)

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