U of S Student wins D.M. Gray Award

Congratulations to Gro Lilbaek, PhD student in the Centre for Hydrology, for winning the D.M.Gray Award from the Canadian Geophysical Union – Hydrology Section at the 2008 CGU Meeting for her paper Enhanced Infiltration Reduces Ion Load in Infiltration Excess Water during Snowmelt.
The DM Gray Award is the highest student prize awarded in Canadian Hydrology and is dedicated to the standards set by the late Professor Don Gray, Chairman of the University of Saskatchewan’s Division of Hydrology for over 35 years. The competition involves review of a submitted paper and oral presentation by a panel of hydrology experts.
Congratulations Gro on a job well done!