A special issue of the journal Hydrological Processes called “Catchments in the future North: interdisciplinary science for sustainable management in the 21st Century” reports on the results from our North-Watch project. This is a great collection of papers on the future of northern watershed hydrology and how these systems respond to changing climate. Dr. McGuire is a coauthor on two of the papers in the special issue and was a coPI on the project itself:
Change in winter climate will affect dissolved organic carbon and water fluxes in mid-to-high latitude catchments (pages 700–709), Hjalmar Laudon, Doerthe Tetzlaff, Chris Soulsby, Sean Carey, Jan Seibert, Jim Buttle, Jamie Shanley, Jeffrey J. McDonnell and Kevin McGuire
Catchments on the cusp? Structural and functional change in northern ecohydrology (pages 766–774), Doerthe Tetzlaff, Chris Soulsby, Jim Buttle, Rene Capell, Sean K. Carey, Hjalmar Laudon, Jeff McDonnell, Kevin McGuire, Jan Seibert and Jamie Shanley
Thank you to Professor Doerthe Tetzlaff for leading this group of rambunctious, cantankerous scientists. We had a great time over the course of the 3 year long North-Watch project and I will miss our workshops dearly. The group was fun, stimulating and quite productive – everything you would hope to find in a collaboration and working group. I hate to see it end!