Meet Our Students

Charlotte Adamson
MSc, 2017

Investigating the presence and potential effect of wood waste in restored subtidal eelgrass beds.

Eric Balke
MSc, 2017

A series of experiments to test the hypothesis that high salinity has contributed to the loss of the brackish marsh at Sturgeon Bank. 

Aubrey Butcher
MSc, 2017

Examine water quality parameters and weigh options to restore historical connectivity for Clear Lake and South Lake in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. 

Shane Byrne
MSc, 2017

Develop a fish productivity model for the Upper Salmon River watershed based on historical and current habitat assessment data. 

 

Kayon Davis
MSc, 2017

Create a restoration plan, used to restore native Turtle grass and Manatee grass at Hellshire Beach, a fishing beach in Jamaica with a high energy, open ocean coastline and severe erosion impact.

Victoria Farahbakhchian
MSc, 2017

Determining restoration prescriptions for heavily managed secondary forest stands in the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest.

Janice Kwo
MSc, 2017

Map and assess forage fish habitat in the Squamish River Estuary at recently restored site. Recommendations will be made for potential habitat improvements.

Matthew Morrish
MSc, 2017

Assessment of a heavily impacted river and riparian system in Villa De Allende, Mexico. 

Natasha Murphy
MSc, 2017

Research on the efficacy of goat browsing on invasive plant species. 

Graham Nicholas
MSc, 2017

Eco-cultural restoration of important wetland ecosystems at Tl’chés (Chatham Islands, B.C.). Working with Songhees First Nation elder and archaeologist/ethnoecologist to incorporate traditional ecological knowledge and cultural resource management practices back to the landscape (i.e. root gardens).

Erin Pettit
MSc, 2017

Analysis of the sediment flow regime in the Squamish Central Estuary using aerial photographs to investigate the impact of culvert installation on the sediment flow regime. 

Julie Porter
MSc, 2017

Water quality analyses and restoration recommendations for salmonid species in the Katzie Slough, Pitt Meadows, within a system controlled by flood gates.

James Reynolds
MSc, 2017

Investigation of restoration opportunities and treatment efficacy within Spanish Bank Watershed. Focus on invasive English ivy, slope stability, and water quality.

Tyne Roberts
MSc, 2017

Create an evaluation model/assessment tool to rank fisheries restoration opportunities in the Harrison River watershed based on economic and aboriginal values.

Erin Roberts
MSc, 2017

Examining the response of invertebrate communities to restoration efforts in the Squamish Central Estuary: a comparison of disturbance regimes.

Erin Rutherford
MSc, 2017

In partnership with Ecorana Environmental, this wetland restoration initiative will rebuild ecological function and providing tangible benefits to a local community in Belize. 

John-Christopher Taft
MSc, 2017

Analysis and prescription of restoration options for Nicomeckl River salmonid habitat. 

Rebecca Tranmer
MSc, 2017

Common nighthawk nesting patterns and processes: examining opportunities for ecological restoration in a coastal sand ecosystem