What We Do

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Amanda Droghini

MSc. Student

The movement behaviour of grey wolves in the winter

 

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Anjolene Hunt

MSc. Student

Habitat use and demography of Canada Warblers in an intensively managed forest landscape

 

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Clayton Lamb

MSc. Student

Population limitation of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in southeast British Columbia

 

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Daniel Yip

MSc. Student

Understanding detection distances of avian vocalizations using automated recording units

 

 

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Eric Neilson

PhD Student

Wolf-mediated effects of oil sands development on moose survival and abundance

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Jesse Watson

MSc. Student

The impact of industrial development on the movements of breeding Ferruginous Hawks

 

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Julia Shonfield

PhD Student

Effects of industrial noise on owls in northeastern Alberta

 

 

 

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Natasha Annich

MSc. Student

Utility of Ducks Unlimited’s Wetland Classification for predicting amphibian distribution and abundance with an emphasis on Canadian toads, Bufo hemiophrys

 

 

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Scott Wilson

MSc. Student

Autonomous recording units to monitor songbird use of reclaimed well sites in Northern Alberta

 

 

 

 

 

PAST STUDENTS

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Melanie Dickie

MSc. Student

The impact of human disturbance on predator movement

 

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Samuel Haché

PhD Student

 

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Diana Stralberg

PhD Student

Assessing responses of boreal songbird distribution and abundance to climate change at multiple spatial and temporal scales

 

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Justine Kummer

MSc. Student

Birds and Windows Project

 

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Cameron Nordell

MSc. Student

The impact of anthropogenic disturbance on Ferruginous Hawk nesting behaviour