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Steve Lyon

Universitetslektor, docent

Works at Institutionen för naturgeografi
Telephone +468164888
Email steve.lyon@su.se
Visiting address Svante Arrhenius väg 8
Room T 312
Postal address Stockholm university Institutionen för naturgeografi 106 91 Stockholm
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About me

Associate Professor in Hydrology

Department of Physical Geography
Stockholm University 
106 91 Stockholm, Sweden 
Phone: (+46) 8 16 4888 
 
 

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Research

My research centers on identifying the underlying physical process that determine how landscape and hydrology interact across scales and coevolve with time. Unraveling these feedbacks has significant implications for the viability of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies associated with the current and future sustainability of coupled terrestrial and aquatic systems.

 

Some Selected Recent Publications

Lyon, S.W., M. Nathanson, N. Lam, H. Dahlke, M. Rutzinger, J.W. Kean, H. Laudon (2015) Can low-resolution airborne laser scanning data be used to model stream rating curves?, Water, 7, 1324-1339, doi:10.3390/w7041324.

Sjöberg, Y., P. Marklund, R. Pettersson, S. W. Lyon (2015) Geophysical mapping of palsa peatland permafrost, The Cryosphere, 9, 465-478.

van der Velde, Y., I. Heidbüchel, S.W. Lyon, L. Nyberg, A. Rodhe, K. Bishop, P.A. Troch (2014), Consequences of mixing assumptions for time-variable travel time distributions, Hydrological Processes, in press.

Lyon, S.W., Meidani, R., van der Velde, Y., Dahlke, H.E., Swaney, D.P., Mörth, C.M., Humborg, C. (2014), Seasonal and regional patterns in performance for a Baltic Sea drainage basin hydrologic model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. in press.

Lyon, S.W., Koutsouris, A., Scheibler, F., Jarsjö, J., Mbanguka, R., Tumbo, M., Robert, K.K., Sharma, A.N., van der Velde, Y. (2014), Interpreting characteristic drainage timescale variability across Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, Hydrological Processes, in press.

Klein, J., Ekstedt, K., Walter, M.T., Lyon, S.W. (2015), Modeling potential water resource impacts of Mediterranean tourism in a changing climate, Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 20(2), 117-128.

Kalantari, Z., A. Briel, S.W. Lyon, B. Olofsson, L. Folkeson (2014), On the utilization of hydrological modelling for road structure design under climate and land use change, Science of the Total Environment, 475, 97-103.

 

Teaching

  • 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, co-taught (GE7049)
  • Reoccurring guest lecturer in Hydrology and Hydrogeology (GE5004), Biogeochemical Cycles (MO7013), Urbanization and Environment (KG7204) and several other courses

 

Supervision and research group

Post Doctoral

  • Dr. Mattias Winterdahl, Modeling coupled hydrological-permafrost interactions and carbon transport in a changing climate

Doctoral (main)

  • Norris Lam, Improved streamflow and flood monitoring using LiDAR data
  • Alexander Koutsouris, Modelling water resources effects of land-water management in Tanzania, Africa
  • Ylva Sjöberg, Determining and mapping spatial distributions and thawing rates of inland permafrost under climatic change in the arctic/sub-arctic
  • Elin Jantze, The role of permafrost, hydrological and ecosystem shifts for arctic hydro-climatic interactions and carbon fluxes

Doctoral (minor)

  • Dmytro Kyryliuk, Combining ocean color remote sensing and hydrological parameters for evaluating the effect of terrestrial run-off on coastal ecology
  • Rene Mbanguka, Modelling water resources effects of land-water management in Tanzania, Africa
  • Elin Karlsson, Connecting landscape structure with hydrologic function (at Purdue University)
  • Elikana Kalumanga, Communities Responses to the Effects of Climatic Variability and Extremes in Malagarasi-Moyovosi Ramsar Site, Western Tanzania: Implication on Conservation of Wildlife Dispersal Areas

 Former Students and Postdocs