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Ecology

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Areas of study

Don Bowen Ecology, behaviour and population dynamics of marine mammals. View full bio
Hugh Broders Population ecology with specific interests in social aspects of bats, and more recently on various aspects of the biology of moose. View full bio
Glen Crossin behavioural ecology, evolutionary physiology, animal physiology, freshwater and marine fish, birds, telemetry, physiological sampling techniques. View full bio
Jeff Hutchings Evolutionary ecology, behaviour and conservation biology of fishes. View full bio
Sara Iverson Evolutionary ecology, behaviour and conservation biology of fishes. View full bio
Mark Johnston Evolution, ecology and genetics of plants, mutation rate, polyploidy, natural selection, mating systems, self-fertilization, flower development, molecular evolution. View full bio
Gavin Kernaghan Ecology of fungi in northern forests, and the ecological relationships between plant communities and their root associated endophytic and mycorrhizal fungi. Our approach combines mycorrhizal re-synthesis with a variety of DNA based identification techniques. View full bio
Patricia Lane Sustainable development and environmental management especially in Latin America. View full bio
Bob Latta Ecology, Evolution and Genetics of Plants, Stream A, Avena, Ponderosa Pine, Gene Flow, Hybridization, Local Adaptation, Evolutionary Trade-off, Population Ecology, Botany, Ecological Genetics. View full bio
Marty Leonard Behavioural ecology - parent-offspring communication, sibling competition, mating systems, passerine birds. View full bio
Heike Lotze Human impacts on marine species and ecosystems and their consequences for the ocean and society. View full bio
Daniel Ruzzante Ecological mechanisms that are responsible for the evolution of diversity and to the conservation of that diversity in fish (the genetic diversity that exists within species) in a world of ever increasing human impact. View full bio
Bob Scheibling Benthic marine ecology, marine biology, invertebrate fisheries, aquaculture, subtidal ecosystems. View full bio
Allison Schmidt Human impacts on coastal marine ecosystems and their consequences for the ocean and society are central to my research View full bio
Cindy Staicer Behaviour and ecology of forest birds, ecological monitoring, avian populations, birds, forest ecosystems, lake ecosystems, species conservation, vocal behaviour, wood-warblers. View full bio
Sandy Walde Population dynamics, arthropods, dispersal, species interactions. View full bio
Hal Whitehead Behaviour, ecology and conservation of whales. View full bio