Thesis Defence - Congratulations to Philip Camp

December 14, 2015

The Department of Geography would like to recognize Philip Camp for the successful defence of his M.Sc. thesis.  Philip defended his work on December 14, 2015 – thesis title: Human-fire interactions in British Columbia: varying constraints on Human-caused wildfire occurrence and geography of the wildland-development interface.  Congratulations Philip – well done!

Details of the Defence
Date: December 14, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Library Thesis Defence Room, #2020
Thesis Title: "Human-fire interactions in British Columbia: varying constraints on Human-caused wildfire occurrence and geography of the wildland-development interface."

Examining committee:
Dr. Meg Krawchuk, supervisor
Dr. Anders Knudby, committee member
Dr. Daniel Perrakis, external examiner
Dr. Nadine Schuurman, chair of the defence

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