Ahmed, M., Stadnyk, T.A., Pietroniro, A., Awoye, H., Bajracharya A., Mai, J., Tolson, B., Shen, H., Craig, J., Koenig, K., Wruth, S., Slota, P., Gervais, M., Sagan, K., Lilhare, R., Dery, S., Pokorny, S., Venema, H., Muhammad, A., Hallborg, C., Taheri, M.  Learning from hydrological models’ challenges: A case study from the Nelson Basin Model Intercomparison project. Accepted to J. Hydrol. HYDROL51510. https://doi.org/10.20383/102.0705

Ahmed, M., Shook, K., Pietroniro, A., Stadnyk, T.A., Pomeroy, J., Pers, C., Gustafsson, D. A Parsimonious Variable Contributing Area Algorithm for Prairie Pothole Region: Proof of Concept for The HYPE Modelling Framework. Accepted to J.Env. Model. Soft. 

Stadnyk, T.A., Gibson, J.J., Birks, S.J., Holmes, T.H. State of Isotope Hydrology Research in Canada (2007-2022). Invited Commentary, Accepted to Can. Water Resour. J. Special 75th Anniversary issue.

Holmes, T., Stadnyk, T.A., Asadzadeh,M., Gibson, JJ. Guidance on Large Scale Hydrologic Model Calibration with Isotope Tracers. J. Hydrol. Special Issue on Women in Hydrology, 621: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.129604

Bajracharya, A., Ahmed, M. I., Stadnyk, T.A., Asadzadeh, M. 2023. Process Based Calibration of a Continental-scale HYPE Model using Soil Moisture and Streamflow Data. J. Hydrol. Reg, Studies. 47: 101391. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2023.101391

Lee, J., Tefs, A., Galindo, V., Stadnyk, T.A., Gosselin, M., Tremblay, J.-E. Nutrient inputs from subarctic rivers into Hudson Bay. Accepted to Elementa: Sci of Anthro. Special Issue on BaySys. ELEMENTA-D-21-00085R2.

Arnal, L., Pietroniro, A., Pomeroy, J., Fortin, V., Casson, D., Stadnyk, T.A., Rokaya, P., Durnford, D., Friesenhan, E., Clark, M.. Towards a coherent flood forecasting framework for Canada: Local to global implications. Invited submission, Accepted to J. Flood Risk Manage. JFRM-0153-21.

Pokorny, S., Stadnyk, T.A., Ali, G. 2023. An Assessment of Reliability and Sharpness for Environmental Model Ensemble Selection. Accepted J. Hydrol. Eng. ASCE

Stadnyk, T.A. and Holmes, T.L. 2023. Large Scale Hydrologic and Tracer Aided Modelling: A Review. Journal of Hydrology, Invited submission to Special issue for Women in hydrology. 618. 129177, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.129177


Gharai, S., Vanderkelen, I., Tefs, A., Mizukami, N., Stadnyk, T.A., Lawrence, D., Clark M.P. Quantifying human interferences in hydrologic process modeling. Revision submitted. Preprint in Water Resour. Res. 2022WR032400 

Holmes, T., Stadnyk, T.A., Asadzadeh, M., Gibson, J.J. Variability in flow and tracer-based performance metric sensitivities reveal regional differences in dominant hydrological processes across the Athabasca River Basin. J. Hydrol. Reg. Stud. 41: 101088. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2022.101088

Kim, S.-J., Asadzadeh, M., Stadnyk, T.A. 2022. Climate change impact on reservoir supply and hydropower generation in Northern Manitoba. J. Hydrol. Reg. Stud., 40: 101077. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2022.101077

Lilhare, R., Dery, S., Stadnyk T.A., Pokorny, S., Koenig, K. 2021. Warming soil temperature and increasing baseflow in response to recent and potential future climate change across northern Manitoba, Canada. Hydrol. Process. 36(11). https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14748

Tafvizi, A., James, A., Huaxia, Y., Stadnyk, T.A., Ramcharan, C. How Do Landscape Structure and Isotope Characterization Help Detect Variation of Source Water Partitioning in Four Mesoscale Precambrian Shield Watersheds? Hydrol. Process. 36:3, e14528 https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14528



Igor A. Dmitrenko, Denis L. Volkov, Tricia Stadnyk, Andrew Tefs, David G. Babb, Sergey A. Kirillov, Kevin Sydor, and David G. Barber. 2021. Atmospheric forcing the sea-level variability in western Hudson Bay, Canada. Ocean Science 17(5).  https://doi.org/10.5194/os-17-1367-2021

Déry, S.J., Marco A. Hernández-Henríquez, Tricia A. Stadnyk, Tara J. Troy. 2021. Vanishing weekly cycles in American and Canadian hydropeaking rivers. Nature Communications 12(7154). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-27465-4


Gibson, J.J., Holmes, T., Stadnyk T.A., Birks, J., Eby, P., Pietroniro, A. 2021. Isotopic constraints on water balance and ET partitioning in gauged watersheds across Canada. J. Hydrol. Reg. Stud. 37, 100878. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2021.100878

Lukovich, J., Jafarikhasragh, S., Myers, P., Ridenour, N., Castro de la Guardia, L., Hu, X., Grivault, N., Marson, J.M., Pennelly, C., Stroeve, J.C., Sydor, K., Wong, K., Stadnyk T.A., Barber, D.G. 2021. Simulated impacts of relative climate change and river discharge on sea ice and oceanographic conditions in the Hudson Bay Complex. Elementa: Sci. of Anthro. 9(1): 00127. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2020.00127

Lukovich, J.V., Jafarikhasragh, S., Tefs, A., Myers, P., Sydor, K., Wong, K., Stroeve, J., Stadnyk, T.A., Babb, D., Barber, D.G.. 2021. A baseline evaluation of oceanographic and sea ice conditions in the Hudson bay Complex during 2016-2018. 2021. Elem Sci Anthr, Special issue on BaySys. 9(1): 00128. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2020.00128

Braun, M., Thiombiano, A., Vieira, M., Stadnyk, T.A. 2021. Representing climate evolution in ensembles of GCM simulations for the Hudson Bay System. Elementa: Sci. of the Anthro., 9 (1), 00011. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2021.00011

Lukovich, J., Tefs, A., Jafarikhasragh, S., Pennelly, C., Myers, P.G., Stadnyk, T.A., Sydor, K., Wong, K., Vieira, M., Landry, D., Stroeve, J., Barber, D.G.. 2021. A baseline evaluation of atmospheric and river discharge conditions in the Hudson Bay Complex. Elementa: Sci. of Anthro., 9(1): 00126. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2020.00126

Stadnyk, T.A., Tefs, A., Broesky, M., Déry, S.J., Myers, P.G., Ridenour, N.A., Vonderbank, L., Gustafsson, D., Koenig, K. 2021. Changing freshwater contributions to the Arctic: a 90-year trend analysis (1981-2070). Elementa: Science of the Anthro., 9 (1): 00098. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.2020.00098

Stadnyk, T.A. and S.J. Déry. 2021. Continental Canadian continental-scale hydrology under a changing climate: A Review. Special Issue: Past and Future Trends and Variability in Hydro-Climatic Processes in Water 13(7), 906. https://doi.org/10.3390/w13070906.

Tefs, A., P Slota, K Koenig, TA Stadnyk, MK MacDonald, M Hamilton, J Crawford. 2021. Simulating river regulation and reservoir performance in a continental-scale hydrologic model. Env. Model. Soft., 141, 105025. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2021.105025

Mai, J., Tolson, B.A., Shen, H., Gaborit, E., Fortin, V., Gasset, N., Awoye, H., Stadnyk, T.A., Fry, L.M., Bradley, E.A., Seglenieks, F., Temgoua, A.G., Princz, D.G., Gharari, S., Haghnegahdar, A., Elshamy, M., Razavi, S., Gauch, M., Lin, J., Ni, X.,  Yuan, Y., McLeod, M., Basu, N., Kumar, R., Rakovec, O., Samaniego, L., Attinger, S., Shrestha, N.K., Daggupati, P., Roy, T., Wi, S., Hunter, T., and Craig, J.R. 2021. The Great Lakes Runoff Intercomparison Project Phase 3: Lake Erie (GRIP-E). J. Hydrol. Eng. (ASCE), 26(9), 05021020. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0002097

Gibson, J.J., Eby, P., Stadnyk, T.A., Pietroniro, A. 2021. Surveys of 18O and 2H in streamflow across Canada: a national resource for tracing water sources, water balance and predictive modelling. Data in Brief, 34, 106723. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2021.106723


Dibike, Y., A. Muhammad, R. Shrestha, C. Spence, B. Bonsal, L. de Rham, J. Rowley, G. Evenson, T. Stadnyk. 2020. Application of dynamic contributing area for modelling the hydrologic response of the Assiniboine River basin to a changing climate. J. Gr. Lakes. Resear. 47(3): 663-676. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2020.10.010

Gibson, J.J., Holmes, T., Stadnyk, T.A., Birks, Pietroniro, A. 2020. 18O and 2H in streamflow across Canada. J. Hydrol.: Regional Studies, 32, 100754. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2020.100754

Pokorny, S., Stadnyk T., Lilhare, R., Ali, G., Déry, S., Koenig, K. 2020. Towards assessing input data uncertainty in hydrologic models from ensemble-based gridded climate data. Water, 12(10), 2751. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12102751

Zhang, Z., Stadnyk, T.A. 2020. Investigation of Attributes for Identifying Homogeneous Flood Regions for Regional Flood Frequency Analysis in Canada. Water, 12(9), 2570. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12092570.

Holmes, T. L., Stadnyk, T. A., Kim, S. J., and Asadzadeh, M. 2020. Regional calibration with isotope tracers using a spatially distributed model: A comparison of methods. Water Resources Research, 56(9), e2020WR027447. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR027447.

Stadnyk, TA, MacDonald, MK, Tefs, A, Déry, SJ, Koenig, K, Gustafsson, D, Isberg, K and Arheimer, B. 2020. Hydrological modeling of freshwater discharge into Hudson Bay using HYPE. Elementa: Sci Anth, 8: 43. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.439

Pokorny, S., Stadnyk, T.A., Ali, G., Déry, S.J., Lilhare, R., Koenig, K. 2020. Cumulative effects of uncertainty on simulated streamflow in a hydrologic modelling environment. Elementa: Sci. Anthro., 9(1): 43. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.431

Stadnyk, T.A., and Black, K.E. 2020. Lost ground: female academics face an uphill battle in a post-pandemic world. Invited Commentary, Hydrological Processes Today, 34(15). https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13803

Stadnyk, T.A. and Holmes, T. 2020. On the value of isotope-enabled hydrologic model calibration. Hydrol. Sciences J., 65(9): 1525-1538. https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2020.1751847.

Bajracharya, A., Awoye, H., Stadnyk, T.A., Asadzadeh, M. 2020. Time variant sensitivity analysis of hydrologic model parameters in cold regions using flow signatures. Water, 12(4): 961. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12040961

Lilhare, R., S. Pokorny, S.J. Déry, T.A. Stadnyk, K. Koenig. 2020. Sensitivity analysis and uncertainty assessment in water budgets simulated by the variable infiltration capacity model. Hydrol. Process., 34(9): 2057-2075. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13711

Muhammad, A., Evenson, G.R., Unduche, F., and Stadnyk, T.A. 2020. Climate change impacts on reservoir inflow in the Prairie Pothole Region: A Watershed Model Analysis. Water 12(1), 271. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12010271


Zhang, Z., Stadnyk T.A., Burn, D. 2019. Identification of a preferred statistical distribution for at-site flood frequency analysis in Canada. Can. Wat. Res. J. 45(1): 45-58. https://doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2019.1691942.

Lilhare, R., Dery S.J., Pokorny, S., Stadnyk, T.A., Koenig, K. 2019. Uncertainty assessment of gridded climate datasets and their application to hydrological modelling over the Lower Nelson Basin, Manitoba, Canada. Atm-Ocean, 57 (4), 262-278. https://doi.org/10.1080/07055900.2019.1638226

Sagan K., Koenig K., Slota P., Stadnyk T. 2019. Sensitivity of probable maximum flood estimates: Climate change, modelling and adaptation. In iCOLD proceedings: Sustainable and Safe Dams Around the World – Tournier, Bennett & Bibeau (Eds), Canadian Dam Association, ISBN 978-0-367-33422-2. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.1201/9780429319778-287/sensitivity-probable-maximum-flood-estimates-climate-change-modelling-adaptation-sagan-koenig-slota-stadnyk

Ridenour, N., Hu X., Jafarikhasragh S., Landy J.C., Lukovich J.V., Stadnyk T.A., Sydor K., Myers P.G., Barber D.G. 2019. Sensitivity of freshwater dynamics to model resolution and river discharge forcing in Hudson Bay Complex. J. Marine Sys. 196: 48-64.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2019.04.002

Zahmatkesh, Z., S. Jha, P. Coulibaly, T. Stadnyk. 2019. An overview of current approaches for river flood forecasting in Canadian provinces. Can. Water Resour. J. 44(3): 213-229. https://doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2019.1601598

Muhammad, A., G. Evenson, T.A. Stadnyk, A. Boulawade, S. Jha, P. Coulibaly. 2019. Impact of Model Structure on the Accuracy of Hydrological Modeling of a Canadian Prairie Watershed. J. Hydrol Reg. Stud. 21: 40-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2018.11.005


Muhammad, A., G.R. Evenson, T. Stadnyk, S.K. Jha, P. Coulibaly. 2018. Assessing the importance of potholes in the Canadian Prairie Region under future climate change scenario. Water 10(11): 1657.

Muhammad, A., Stadnyk T.A., Unduche, F., Coulibaly, P. 2018. Multi-model approaches for improving seasonal ensemble streamflow prediction using various post-processing approaches. Water 10(11): 1604.

Macdonald, M., TA Stadnyk, SJ Dery, K Koenig. 2018. Impacts of 1.5°C and 2.0°C warming on pan-Arctic river discharge in the Hudson Bay Complex through 2070. Geophys. Res. Lett. 45(15): 7561-7570.

Déry, S.J., T.A. Stadnyk, M. MacDonald, K. Koenig, C. Guay. 2018. Flow alteration impacts on Hudson Bay river discharge. Hydrol. Process. 32(24): 3576-3587.

Fortin, V., G. Roy, B. Davison, T. Stadnyk, K. Koenig, N. Gasset and A. Mahidjiba. (2018). Ten Years of Science Based on the Canadian Precipitation Analysis. Atmosphere Ocean. 56(3): 178-196.

Smith, A., C. Welch, T. Stadnyk. 2018.  Assessing the seasonality and uncertainty in evapotranspiration partitioning using a tracer-aided model. Accepted in J. Hydrol. 560: 595-613.

Boulawade A., Zhao K.-Y., Stadnyk T.A., Rasmussen P. 2018. Towards Validating of the Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA): Point-to-Point, Map-to-Map and Proxy Hydrologic Modeling Applications in the Canadian Prairies. J Hydrology, 556: 1244-1255.

Welch, C., A. Smith, and T. Stadnyk. 2018. Linking physiography and evaporation using the isotopic composition of river water in 16 Canadian boreal catchments. Hydrol. Process. 32: 170-184. doi:/10.1002/hyp.11396.

Jha, S., D.L. Shrestha, T. Stadnyk, P. Coulibaly. 2018. Evaluation of ensemble precipitation forecasts generated through postprocessing in a Canadian catchment. Hydrol. Earth Sys. Sci. 22(3): 1957-1969.

2017 and earlier

Boulawade A., T. Stadnyk, V. Fortin, G. Roy. 2017. Assimilation of Precipitation Estimates from the Integrated Multisatellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG, early run) in the Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA). Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 14: 10-22.

Delavau, C., Stadnyk T.A., and T. Holmes. 2017. Simulating Oxygen-18 throughout the hydrologic cycle utilizing isoWATFLOOD with time series δ18Oppt forcing. Hydrol. Earth Sys. Sci. 21(5): 2595-2614.

Déry S, Stadnyk TA, MacDonald, M., Sharma B. 2016. Recent Trends and Variability in River Discharge across Northern Canada. Hydrol. and Earth Sys. Sci. 20(12): 4801-4818.

Smith, A., T.A. Stadnyk. 2016.  Assessment of a lumped coupled flow-isotope model in data scarce Boreal catchments. Hydrol. Processes. 30(21): 3871-3884. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10835.

Lespinas, F., Fortin, V., Roy, G., Rasmussen, P., Stadnyk, T.  2015. Performance evaluation of the Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA) system. J. Hydro.Met. 16(5): 2045-2064.

Untereiner, E., G. Ali, T.A. Stadnyk. 2015. Spatiotemporal Variability of Water Quality and Stable Water Isotopes in Intensively Managed Prairie Watersheds. Hydrol. Processes 29(18): 4125-4143.

Blais E, Clark S, Dow K, Rannie B, Stadnyk T, Wazney L (2015). Background to Flood Control Measures in the Red and Assiniboine River Basins.  Can. Water Resourc. J., 41(1-2): 31-44. doi: 10.1080/07011784.2015.1036123.

Blais E, Greschuk J, Stadnyk T (2015). The 2011 Assiniboine River Flood: Causes, Assessment and Damages.  Can. Water Resourc. J., 41(1-2): 74-84. doi: 10.1080/07011784.2015.1046139.

Stadnyk T, Dow K, Wazney L, Blais E (2015). The 2011 Red River Flood: Causes, Assessment and Damages.  Can. Water Resourc. J., 41(1-2): 65-73. doi: 10.1080/07011784.2015.1008048.

Delavau, C., Chun KP, Stadnyk T, Birks SJ, Welker JM. 2015. North American precipitation isotope (d18O zones reveled in time series modelling of precipitation 18O across Canada and the northern United States. Water Resourc. Res., 51(2): 1284-1299.

Smith A, Delavau C., Stadnyk TA. 2015. Hydrologic Assessment of the lower Nelson River basin using stable water isotope investigations. Can. Water Resour. J., 40(1): 23-25. doi: 10.1080/07011784.2014.985512.

Stadnyk TA, Gibson JJ, Longstaff F. 2015.  Basin-scale Assessment of Operational Baseflow Separation Algorithms.  J. Hydrol. Eng., 20(5).

Penna D, M. Ahmad, S. J. Birks, L. Bouchaou, M. Brenčič, S. Butt, L. Holko, G. Jeelani, D. E. Martínez, G. Melikadze, J. Shanley, S. A. Sokratov, T. Stadnyk, A. Sugimoto, P. Vreča. 2014. A new method of snowmelt sampling for water stable isotopes. Hydrol. Processes, 28(22): 5637-5644. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10273.

Stadnyk T., Delavau C., Kouwen N., Edwards T.W.D. 2013. Towards hydrological model calibration and validation: simulation of stable water isotopes using the isoWATFLOOD model. Hydrol Processes, 27(25): 3791-3810.

Delavau C., Stadnyk T., Birks J. 2011. Model based spatial distribution ofoxygen-18 isotopes in precipitation across Canada.  Can. Water Resourc. J., 36(4): 313-330.

Stadnyk T., St. Amour N., Kouwen N., Edwards T.W.D., Pietroniro, A., & Gibson, J.J. 2005. A groundwater separation study in Boreal wetland terrain: the WATFLOOD hydrological model compared with stable isotope tracers. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 41(1), 1-20.