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Grad students wrap up field study in Haida Gwaii

May 08, 2011
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SFU’s graduate students and faculty member Ken Lertzman were mentioned in the Queen Charlotte Islands Observer as they finished up their three-week field course in Haida Gwaii. The paper noted that the group of sixteen students worked on “projects as far ranging as the growth patterns of monumental cedars to tourist profiles of hikers and Haida Gwaii visitors.”

Their work there was in collaboration with the Haida Gwaii Higher Education Society.

For more information on the field study, contact Dr. Ken Lertzman in the School of Resource and Environmental Management.

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