Assistant Professor (joint appointment with Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Earth and Environmental Sciences
218 Heroy Geology Laboratory
- PhD in Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary (Canada);
- MSc in Geology, the University of Western Ontario (Canada);
- BSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering, the University of Western Ontario (Canada)
Aaron Mohammed is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (joint appointment with Civil and Environmental Engineering). His research focuses on the hydrology and hydrogeology of environments undergoing rapid changes due to climate change and increased development. He is interested in the movement of water, energy, and chemicals through landscapes, and their interacting effects on hydrologic processes such as permafrost thaw, groundwater recharge, seawater intrusion, and contaminant transport. His research aims to improve our understanding of, and ability to predict, hydrological processes in a changing climate, and develop management strategies to enhance the resiliency of water and ecosystem resources.
Cold regions hydrology and hydrogeology; Coastal hydrogeology; Numerical modeling of hydrological processes
Hydrogeology; Hydrology; Numerical modeling
WARES Postdoctoral Fellowship (McGill University), 2021-2023.
Ocean Frontier Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship (Dalhousie University), 2019-2021.
American Geophysical Union (AGU) Outstanding Student Paper Award, 2016.
International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH-CNC) Graduate Studies Scholarship, 2016.
Geological Society of America (GSA) Outstanding Presentation Award, 2014.