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The Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) has conferred its Young Scientist Award on Carleton University’s Sean Carey. Carey, an associate professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, received the award for his outstanding research contributions that further our understanding of hydrological processes in northern environments. Head of Carleton’s Cold Regions Hydrology Lab, Carey’s research focuses on cold climate processes – snow, ice, frozen ground and cold temperatures, and their effects on hydrological processes.

Carey was nominated for the award by his colleagues. “It is very humbling to be given such an award by my peers,” says Carey. “I am lucky in that in hydrology, my peers are my friends, and I thank my friends for providing such an enjoyable and stimulating research environment.”

Source: Carleton Newsroom


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