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Steve Lyon

Steve Lyon

Professor i kvantitativ miljöhydrologi

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Arbetar vid Institutionen för naturgeografi
Telefon 08-16 48 88
E-post steve.lyon@su.se
Besöksadress Svante Arrhenius väg 8
Rum T 312
Postadress Inst för naturgeografi 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

 

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Forskning

Steve Lyon, Professor i kvantitativ miljöhydrologi, disputerade i Biological and Environmental Engineering vid Cornell University 2006 med avhandlingen Incorporating the spatial structure of shallow water tables into hydrology. Steve fortsatte med forskning kring land-vatten interaktioner som postdoktor vid University of Arizona, och alltsedan 2008, då han började på Institutionen för Naturgeografi, har hans arbete kombinerat innovativa metoder för att isolera hydrologiska processer över olika skalor. Genom att skapa en förståelse för sådana processer kan vi hjälpa samhällen att förvalta naturresurser på bästa sätt.

Undervisning

  • Information and modeling systems for land and water resources (GE7006)
  • Local to global water vulnerability and resilience (GE7025)
  • How to use Matlab to solve problems in environmental, climatological, and earth science research (BBCC PhD Course)
  • Ecohydrology: a Mediterranean perspective (GE7049)
  • Reoccurring guest lecturer in Hydrology and Hydrogeology (GE5004), Biogeochemical Cycles (MO7013), Urbanization and Environment (KG7204) and several other courses

 

Supervision

Current PhD Students and Postdocs

  • Dr. Valentin Mansanarez (postdoc supervisor) - Assessing rating curve uncertainty via hydraulic modeling
  • Dr. Madaka Tumbo (postdoc supervisor) - Tracer hydrology in data limited regions
  • Dr. Subira Munishi (postdoc supervisor) - Coupled land use and landscape changes
  • William Senkondo (main PhD supervisor) - Modeling hydrology and water resources of the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania
  • Orn-uma (Ni) Polpanich (main PhD supervisor) - Rethinking hydrological modeling for sustainable water resource development (at Uppsala University)
  • Norris Lam (main PhD supervisor) - Improved streamflow and flood monitoring using LiDAR data
  • Alexander Koutsouris (main PhD supervisor) - Modelling water resources effects of land-water management in Tanzania, Africa
  • Charlotta Högberg (minor supervisor) - Isotopes in the upper atmosphere
  • Edmond Alavaisha (minor PhD supervisor) - Biodiversity and ecosystem services in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania
  • Dmytro Kyryliuk (minor PhD supervisor) - Combining ocean color remote sensing and hydrological parameters for evaluating the effect of terrestrial run-off on coastal ecology
  • Rene Mbanguka (minor PhD supervisor) - Modelling water resources effects of land-water management in Tanzania, Africa

 Former PhD Students and Postdocs

 

Selected Publications

(full publication list)

Ten recent publications

Lam, N., J.W. Kean, S.W. Lyon (2016) Modeling streamflow from coupled airborne laser scanning and acoustic Doppler current profiler data, Water Resources Management, in press.

Lyon, S.W., E.J. Jantze, H.E. Dahlke, F. Jaramillo, M. Winterdahl (2016) Why monitor carbon in high-alpine streams?, Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 98, 237-245. doi:10.1111/geoa.12136.

Bogaart, P.W., Y. van der Velde, S.W. Lyon, S.C. Dekker (2016) Stream flow recession patterns can help unravel the role of climate and humans in landscape co-evolution, Hydrological and Earth Systems Science, 20, 1413–1432, doi:10.5194/hess-20-1413-2016.

Matti, B., H.E. Dahlke, S.W. Lyon (2016) On the variability of cold region flooding, Journal of Hydrology, 534, 669-679, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.01.055.

Sjöberg, Y., E. Coon, A.B.K. Sannel, R. Pannetier, D. Harp, A. Frampton, S.L. Painter, S.W. Lyon (2016) Thermal effects from groundwater flow through a subarctic fen – a case study based on field observations and numerical modeling, Water Resources Research, 52, 1591–1606, doi:10.1002/2015WR017571.

Juston, J., S.W. Lyon, G. Destouni (2016) Data-driven nutrient-landscape relationships across region and scale, Water Environmental Research, 88(11), 2023-2031, https://doi.org/10.2175/106143016X14504669768255.

Koutsouris, A.J., D. Chen, S.W. Lyon (2016) Comparing global precipitation datasets in Eastern Africa: a case study of Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, International Journal of Climatology, 36, 2000-2014, doi:10.1002/joc.4476.

Winterdahl, M., H. Laudon, S.W. Lyon, C. Pers, K. Bishop (2016) Sensitivity of stream dissolved organic carbon to temperature and discharge: implications for future climates, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 121(1), 126-144.

Dahlke, H.E., M.T. Walter, S.W. Lyon, A. Sharma, S. Leung, A. Williamson (2015) Using concurrent DNA tracer injections to infer glacial flow pathways, Hydrological Processes, 29, 5257-5274, doi:10.1002/hyp.10679.

Harpold, A.A., J.A. Marshall, S.W. Lyon, T.B. Barnhart, B. Fisher, M. Donovan, K.M. Brubaker, C.J. Crosby, N.F. Glenn, C.L. Glennie, P.B. Kirchner, N. Lam, K.D. Mankoff, J.L. McCreight, N.P. Molotch, K.N. Musselman, J. Pelletier, T. Russo, H. Sangireddy, Y. Sjöberg, T. Swetnam, N. West (2015) Laser Vision: Lidar as a Transformative Tool to Advance Critical Zone Science, Hydrological and Earth Systems Science, 19, 2881-2897, doi:10.5194/hess-19-2881-2015.

Ten highly cited publications

McDonnell, J., K. McGuire, P. Aggarwal, K. Beven, D. Biondi, G. Destouni, S. Dunn, A. James, J. Kirchner, P. Kraft, S. Lyon, P. Maloszewski, B. Newman, L. Pfister, A. Rinaldo, A. Rodhe, T. Sayama, J. Seibert, K. Solomon, C. Soulsby, M. Stewart, D. Tetzlaff, C. Tobin, P. Troch, M. Weiler, A. Western, A. Wörman, S. Wrede (2010), How old is the water? Open questions in catchment transit time conceptualization, modelling and analysis, Hydrological Processes, 24(12), 1745-1754, doi:10.1002/hyp.7796.

Lyon, S.W., M.T. Walter, P. Gérard-Marchant, and T.S. Steenhuis (2004), Using a topographic index to distribute variable source area runoff predicted with the SCS-curve number equation, Hydrological Processes, 18(15), 2757-2771.

Agnew, L.J., S.W. Lyon, P. Gérard-Marchant, V.B. Collins, A.J. Lembo, T.S. Steenhuis, and M.T. Walter (2006), Identifying hydrologically sensitive areas: Bridging the gap between science and application, Journal of Environmental Management, 78, 63-76.

Lyon, S.W., G. Destouni, R. Giesler, C. Humborg, M. Mörth, J. Seibert, J. Karlsson, and P.A. Troch (2009), Estimation of permafrost thawing rates in a sub-arctic catchment using recession flow analysis, Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, 13, 595-604, doi:10.5194/hess-13-595-2009.

Heidbüchel, I., P.A. Troch, S.W. Lyon, and M. Weiler (2012), The master transit time distribution of variable flow systems, Water Resources Research, 48, 6, doi:10.1029/2011WR011293.

Lyon, S.W., A.J. Lembo, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis (2006), Defining probability of saturation with indicator kriging on hard and soft data, Advances in Water Resources, 29(2), 181-193.

Broxton, P.D., P.A. Troch, and S.W. Lyon (2009), On the role of aspect to quantify water transit times in small mountainous catchments, Water Resources Research, 45, W08427, doi:10.1029/2008WR007438.

Lyon, S.W., M. Nathanson, A. Spans, T. Grabs, H. Laudon, J. Temnerud, K. Bishop, and J. Seibert (2012), Specific discharge variability in a boreal landscape, Water Resources Research, 48, 8, doi:10.1029/2011WR011073.

Lyon, S.W., J. Seibert, A.J. Lembo, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis (2006), Geostatistical investigation into the temporal evolution of spatial structure in a shallow water table, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 10, 113-125, doi:10.5194/hess-10-113-2006.

Lyon, S.W., S.L.E. Desilets, and P.A. Troch (2009), A tale of two isotopes: Differences in hydrograph separation for a runoff event when using dD vs. d18O, Hydrological Processes, 23(4), 2095-2101, doi:10.1002/hyp.7326.

Forskning

Steve Lyon, Professor i kvantitativ miljöhydrologi, disputerade i Biological and Environmental Engineering vid Cornell University 2006 med avhandlingen Incorporating the spatial structure of shallow water tables into hydrology. Steve fortsatte med forskning kring land-vatten interaktioner som postdoktor vid University of Arizona, och alltsedan 2008, då han började på Institutionen för Naturgeografi, har hans arbete kombinerat innovativa metoder för att isolera hydrologiska processer över olika skalor. Genom att skapa en förståelse för sådana processer kan vi hjälpa samhällen att förvalta naturresurser på bästa sätt.

Senast uppdaterad: 16 maj 2017

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