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Andrew Trant

Assistant Professor

School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability, University of Waterloo

atrant (at) uwaterloo.ca

(519) 888-4567 ex 30385

 

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Sara Wickham

PhD (incoming Sept 2018)

We know Sara is going to do great things! 

Check out her website HERE

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Kyle Schang

MES Candidate

Kyle is looking at the legacies of forest diversity and regeneration trajectories on habitation sites on the Central Coast of British Columbia

kschang (at) uwaterloo.ca

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Alana Closs

MES Candidate

Alana grew up surrounded by the forests, lakes and rivers of Northern Saskatchewan. For her MES, Alana is examining ecological and cultural legacies of estuarine roots on the Central Coast of British Columbia.

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Elaine Ho

PhD Candidate (w/ Dr. Simon Courtenay)

Elaine is focusing on engaging scientists and government to sustainably co-manage freshwater resources in the Grand River watershed.

Check out her website here.

 

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Maddie Benner

Honours student (2018-2019)

Maddie will be reconstructing historic forests of Waterloo using samples from the corduroy road.

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Alexandra Langwieder

Honours student (2018-19)

Alexandra will be experimentally testing some aspect of ecological resilience.

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Jessica Lockyer

Former honours student (2017-18)

For her honours thesis, Jess explored the relationship between the frequency and timing of climate change being covered in the media and the Federal Government of Canada over a 10-year period. 

Now: Master's student in SRES at Dalhousie University in Halifax

 

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Kelsea McIntosh

Former honours student (2017-18)

Kelsea's honours research examined how urban environments are affecting the growth of trees (specifically sugar maple, Acer saccharum).

Now: Energy engineer at CLEAResult

 

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Sara Bohnert

Former co-op student (Winter 2018)

During her semester in the lab, Sara did everything from microtoming shrub samples to research passenger pigeon. Hopefully one day she will be up here again as a MES/PhD student..