Jeffrey McKenzie, Chair

Full Professor 
Contact Information
Email address: 
jeffrey.mckenzie [at]

Ph.D. Syracuse University

Areas of expertise: 

Hydrogeology, Cryohydrogeology, Groundwater modelling, Heat transport 


EPSC 549 - Hydrogeology

Selected publications: 

Chen, L., C.I. Voss, D. Fortier, J.M. McKenzie, 2021, Surface energy balance of sub-Arctic roads with varying snow regimes and properties in permafrost regions, Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 2021:1-21. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.2129

Mateo, E.I., B.G. Mark, R.Å. Hellström, M. Baraer, J.M. McKenzie, T. Condom, A.Rapre, G. Gonzales, J. Gómez, R. Encarnación, 2021, High temporal resolution hydrometeorological data collected in the tropical Cordillera Blanca, Peru (2004–2020), Earth System Science Data Discussions. DOI: 10.4211/hs.059794371790407abd749576df8fd121 

Wu, R., V. Martin, J.M. McKenzie, S. Broda, B. Bussière, J. Selker, M. Aubertin, 2021, Fiber Optic Protocol to Monitor Water Flow and Moisture Content in a Waste Rock Pile, Groundwater. DOI: 10.1111/gwat.13075

McKenzie, J.M., B.K. Kurylyk, M.A. Walvoord, V.F. Bense, D. Fortier, C. Spence, C. Grenier, 2020, Invited Perspective: What Lies Beneath a Changing Arctic?, The Cryosphere Discussions. DOI: 10.5194/tc-2020-132.

Somers, L.D., J.M. McKenzie, 2020, Groundwater in high mountain environments, WIREs Water. DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1475.

Lamontagne-Hallé, P., J.M. McKenzie, B.L. Kurylyk, J. Molson, L. Lyon, 2020, Guidelines for cold regions groundwater numerical modelling, WIREs Water, e1467. DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1467.

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