Wordle of the abstracts from our lab

Hodder and collaborators:

Barrett DC. 2014. The prevalence of bacteria-sediment associations and their effect on sediment settling velocities in aquatic environments of agricultural Saskatchewan and alpine British Columbia. MSc Thesis, University of Regina. 160 pages. Advisor: KR Hodder. [online]

Gurrapu* S, J-M St-Jacques, DJ Sauchyn and KR Hodder. 2014. Multi-decadal Variability of Flood Risk in Southwestern Canadian Prairie Rivers as Characterized by the PDO and ENSO. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2014, San Francisco.  

Barrett* D and KR Hodder. 2014. Bacteria and Composite Particles in the Glacier-Fed Systems of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2014, San Francisco.  

Suchan* J and KR Hodder. 2014. Varved Sediments, Spatial Variability and the Single Core Challenge. Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2014, Onanole. 

Hodder KR and DC Barrett*. 2014. A survey of suspended sediment settling velocity from 18 glacier-fed lakes of Alberta and British Columbia. Aquatic Sciences Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, February 2014, Honolulu. 

Barrett* DC and KR Hodder. 2014. Bacteria-sediment associations: implications for sediment settling velocities in alpine environments. Aquatic Sciences Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, February 2014, Honolulu.

Hodder KR and Gilbert R. 2013. ”Physical properties of lacustrine sediments”. Encyclopedia of Quaternary Sciences. Elsevier Science. [online]

Cade-Menun, BJ, G Bell, S Baker, Y Fouli, KR Hodder, D McMartin, C Perez-Valdivia, K Wu. 2013. ”Nutrient loss from Saskatchewan cropland and pasture in spring snowmelt runoff”. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. [online]

Barrett DC and KR Hodder. 2013. "Challenges Associated with Obtaining and Analysing Water Samples from Remote Environments: Experience from the Field and the Impact on Study Design". Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2013, Esterhazy.

Kraemer E, K Hodder and D McMartin. 2013. "Dry Times? A Look at Saskatchewan’s Future Water Supply and Requirements for Irrigated Agriculture." Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2013, Esterhazy.

Gurrapu S, A Chipanshi, D Sauchyn and A Howard. "Evaluation of Standardised Precipitation Evapotranspiration (SPEI) and Standardised Precipitation (SPI) Indices". Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2013, Esterhazy.

Hodder KR, DC Barrett, D McMartin, BJ Cade-Menun. 2013. ”The role of rainfall and snowmelt in sediment export from prairie micro-watersheds”. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group. August 2013, Edmonton. [online]

Barrett DC, KR Hodder DW McMartin and BJ Cade-Menun. 2013. "Spatial and temporal trends in bacteria-sediment associations: a comparison of alpine and lowland fluvial environments."  Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group. August 2013, Edmonton. 

Barrett DC, KR Hodder, D McMartin, BJ Cade-Menun. 2013. ”The impact of agricultural beneficial management practices on sediment properties and bacteria-sediment associations in Southeastern Saskatchewan”. Joint Scientific Congress of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Canadian Geophysical Union and Canadian Water Resources Association. May 2013, Saskatoon.

Barrett DC, KR Hodder, D McMartin, BJ Cade-Menun. 2013. ”Spatial and temporal trends in bacteria-sediment associations: a comparison of alpine and lowland fluvial environments”. Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, March 2013, Lethbridge.

Kraemer E, KR Hodder, D McMartin. 2013. ”Irrigation water requirements under future drought conditions in the South Saskatchewan River Irrigation District”. Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, March 2013, Lethbridge.

Barrett DC, KR Hodder, D McMartin, BJ Cade-Menun. 2012. ”Sediment Dynamics And Bacteria-Sediment Associations: Linking Sediment and Bacterial Transport Relationships From Agricultural Fields in Southeastern Saskatchewan”. Integrating Agriculture, Environment, and Economics at a Watershed Scale: Prairie WEBs Projects: joint meeting of Canadian Water Resources Association and Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, November 2012, Saskatoon.

Corbin A, KR Hodder, J Piwowar. 2012. ”Correlating in‐situ suspended sediment concentration with Landsat TM4/5 data” Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2012, Winkler.

Barrett DC, KR Hodder, D McMartin, BJ Cade‐Menun. 2012. ”A Novel Method for Determining Bacteria‐Sediment Associations and its Application in an Agricultural Setting in Southeastern Saskatchewan”. Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2012, Winkler.

Kraemer E, Hodder KR, McMartin D. 2012. ”Using CROPWAT model and Global Climate Models to determine water availability for irrigation during future droughts in central Saskatchewan, Canada”. Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, September 2012, Winkler.

McMartin DW, KR Hodder, B Hernani-Merino, C Perez-Valdivia, S Baker-Ismail, BJ Cade-Menun. 2012. ”Agriculture and Climate: Can Beneficial Management Practices Be Beneficial in a Changing Climate?”  54 Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, July 2012, Vienna.

Cade-Menun BJ, G Bell, S Baker-Ismail, Y Fouli, KR Hodder, D McMartin, C Perez-Valdivia, E Soulodre, K Wu. 2012. ”Nutrient loss from Saskatchewan cropland and pasture in spring snow melt runoff”. Canadian Society of Soil Science Meeting, June 2012.

Hodder KR, DC Barrett, J Richards. 2012. ”A survey of suspended sediment settling velocity from 17 glacier-fed lakes of Alberta and British Columbia”. Joint meeting of the Canadian Water Resource Association, Canadian Geophysical Union and Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, June 2012, Banff. 

Gurrapu S, J St Jacques , DJ Sauchyn, KR Hodder. 2012. ”Multi-decadal variability of flood risk in Prairie Rivers”. Joint meeting of the Canadian Water Resource Association, Canadian Geophysical Union and Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, June 2012, Banff.

Barrett DC, and KR Hodder. 2012. ”A survey of suspended sediment settling velocity from 17 glacier-fed lakes of British Columbia and Alberta.” Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, March 2012, Kelowna.

Hodder KR. 2010. ”Flocculation”. In: The Encyclopedia of Geography. Edited by B. Wharf. Sage Publications. [online]

Hodder, KR. 2010. “Qu’Appelle Valley Field Trip Guide Book: with particular reference to the links between hydrology, climate and geomorphology”. Prairie Summit: Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, Canadian Association of Geographers, Canadian Cartographic Association and Canadian Remote Sensing Society. University of Regina, June 2010. 35 pp.

Hodder KR, S Olsen, I Goeres, R Ryba. 2010. “Freezeup in a large shallow prairie lake”. Prairie Summit: Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, Canadian Association of Geographers, Canadian Cartographic Association and Canadian Remote Sensing Society. University of Regina, June 2010.

Hodder KR, J Mertler. 2010. “Physical parameters of water at waterfowl park display ponds, Regina, SK During Autumn 2009”. Prairie Summit: Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group, Canadian Association of Geographers, Canadian Cartographic Association and Canadian Remote Sensing Society. University of Regina, June 2010.



The PEPL lab was founded in 2010, and prior published work includes:

Hodder KR. 2009. ”Flocculation: a key process in the sediment flux of a large, glacier-fed lake”. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (8): 1151–1163. doi: 10.1002/esp.1807 [online]

Hodder, KR. 2009. “The effect of low-level salinity on resuspended lake sediments”. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Quaternary Association and Canadian Geomorphology Research Group. May 3-8, Vancouver.

Hodder, KR. 2008. “Glaciolacustrine varves: A product of freshwater flocculation”. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group. May 11-15, Banff.

Hodder KR, and Gilbert R. 2007. ”Evidence for flocculation in glacier-fed Lillooet Lake, British Columbia”. Water Research 41:2748-2762. doi:10.1016/j.watres.2007.02.058 [online]

Hodder KR, Gilbert R, and JR Desloges. 2007. “Glaciolacustrine varved sediment as an alpine hydroclimatic proxy”. Journal of Paleolimnology 38(3): 365-394. doi: 10.1007/s10933-006-9083-9 [online]

Hodder KR, Desloges JR, and R Gilbert. 2006. “Pattern and timing of sediment infill at glacier-fed Mud Lake: Implications for lateglacial and Holocene environments in the Monashee Mountain region of British Columbia, Canada”. The Holocene 16(5): 705-716. doi:10.1191/0959683606hl965rp [online]

Gilbert R, Crookshanks S, Hodder KR, Spagnol J, and RB Stull. 2006. “The record of an extreme flood in the sediments of a montane lake: implications for paleoenvironmental assessment”. Journal of Paleolimnology 35(4): 737-745. doi:10.1007/s10933-006-9083-9 [online]

Gilbert R, Desloges JR, Lamoureux SF, Serink A, and KR Hodder. 2006. “The geomorphic and paleoenvironmental record in sediments of Atlin Lake, northern British Columbia”. Geomorphology 79(1-2): 130-142. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2005.09.021 [online]

Dirszowsky RW, Mahaney WC, Hodder KR, Milner MW, Kalm V, Bezada M, and RP Beukens. 2005. “Lithostratigraphy of the Mérida (Wisconsinan) glaciation and Pedregal Interstade, Mérida Andes, northwestern Venezuela”. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 19: 525 – 536. doi:10.1016/j.jsames.2005.07.001 [online]