- Sarah Davidson, University of British Columbia, for her presentation (co-authored with B. Eaton) Modeling reach-scale morphodynamic response to large wood addition presented as part of the Biogeomorphology: interactions between riparian ecosystems, aquatic ecosystems and stream channels special session at CWRA-CGU 2012, Banff, AB.
- Dominic (Nick) Reiffarth, University of Northern British Columbia, for his poster (co-authored with E.L. Petticrew and P.N. Owens) Compound-specific stable isotope methods used in tracing soil and sediment movement: considerations for improved sensitivity presented as part of the Tracing and fingerprinting sediment sources and transfers in watersheds special session at CWRA-CGU 2012, Banff, AB.
- Annina Margreth, Dalhousie University, for her paper (co-authored with John Gosse and Art Dyke) “Arctic coastal landscape evolution influenced by polythermal ice coverage of Cumberland Peninsula, Baffin Island“ presented as part of the “Arctic landscape evolution” special session at GAC-MAC 2011, Ottawa.
- Lijie Niu, University of Ottawa, for her poster “Arsenic distribution and speciation in Applachian serpintines in northern Vermont, USA” presented as part of the “Living in a naturally hazardous place” special session at GAC-MAC 2011, Ottawa.
- Graham Clark, University of Guelph, for his presentation (co-authored Z. Gedalof, P. Kelly and D.Larsen) “2,500 years of environmental variability along a natural transect of Thuja Occidentalis forest sites on the Niagara Escarpment cliff face in Southern Ontario“.
- Robert Kotowich, University of Regina, for his poster (co-authored U.Hardenbicker) “The influence of landuse on alluvial fans in the Qu’Appelle Valley area of Saskatchewan“.
- Tom Barchyn, University of Lethbridge, for his presentation (co-authored C. Hugenholtz) “Surface control on aeolian sand transport in a cold-climate dunefield“.
- James McDonald, Simon Fraser University, for his poster (co-authored B. Ward and T. Millard) “The effects of timber harvesting and windthrow on landslide initiation on Vancouver Island, BC“.
- André E. Zimmermann, University of British Colombia, for his presentation (co-authored M. Church and M.A. Hassan) “Step-pool stability experiments“.
- Eva Stephani, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska, for her poster (co-authored D. Fortier, R. Walsh and Y. Shur)
“Preservation of the Alaska Highway“.
- Geneviève Marquis, Université de Montréal, for her presentation (co-authored A.G. Roy) “The role of mean flow velocity on turbulent structures in gravel-bed rivers at temporal scales from 1 second to 10 minutes“.
- Mathieu Roy, Université de Montréal, for his poster (co-authored A.G. Roy) “Characterization of turbulent flow in shallow gravel-bed rivers: sampling guidelines, interpolation and spatial structure“.
- Lise Lamarche, Université du Québec à Montréal, for her presentation (co-authored M. Lamothe; V. Bondue; and A.G. Roy) “Dating Holocene sediments and landforms using luminescence and radiocarbon: a tool for deciphering the recent evolution of the St.Lawrence River drainage system“.
- Chris Hugenholtz, University of Calgary, for his paper (co-authored Steve Wolfe) “Morphological development of blowouts on the Canadian Prairies “.
- Daniel Shugar, University of Guelph, for his paper (co-authored Ray Kostaschuk).
“The evolution of coherent flow structures over dunes in an alluvial channel, Paraná River, Argentina“.
- Daniel Fortier, Université Laval, for his paper (co-authored M. Allard and O. Piraux).“Thermokarst rapide de polygones à coins de glace par écoulement souterrain d’eau dans le pergélisol, Ile Bylot, archipel arctique canadien“.
- Chris Hugenholtz, University of Calgary, for his poster (co-authored D. Lacelle). “Spatio-temporal controls on landslide activity in Champlain Sea clays, Eastern Ontario, Canada“.
- Jennifer Smith of Memorial University of Newfoundland for her paper (co-authored with Trevor Bell and Lisa Rankin) “Changing landscape and prehistoric settlement patterns along Porcupine Strand, Labrador“.
- Kimberly Wahl of Acadian University and COGS for her poster (co-authored with Ian Spooner and David Colville) “Thinskinned debris flows in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia“.
- John F. Orwin of the University of Western Ontario (co-authored with C. Smart) for his paper “Short-term spatial and temporal patterns of proglacial suspended sediment transfer, Small River Glacier, British Columbia“.
- Robert N. Armstrong of the University of Saskatchewan (co-authored with L. Martz) for his poster “Scale effects and appropriate DEM scales for regional hydrologic applications“.