Amy Mui

Instructor

ENSF_MUI_210H-214W

Email: Amy.Mui@Dal.Ca
Phone: +1 902 494 4197
Fax: +1 902 494 6889
Mailing Address: 
Dalhousie University
1459 Oxford Street
PO BOX 15000
Halifax NS B3H 4R2
CANADA
Office:
Life Sciences Centre
8th floor, BIO/ES Wing
Rm. 813


 

Education

Ph.D. (Remote Sensing & GIS for Freshwater Turtle Conservation), University of Toronto, 2015
M.Sc. (Wildlife Health & Population Management), University of Sydney, Australia, 2002
B.Sc. (Wildlife Ecology), University of Guelph, 1998

Teaching

ENVS2100: Environmental Informatics
ENVS2500: Field Methods in Environmental Science
ENVS3100: Environmental Analytics
ENVS3502: Campus as a Living Laboratory
ENVS4850: GIS Research Project

Research Interests

  • Ecological modelling of animal movement and population viability:
    • Use of active and passive remote sensing data for characterizing habitat
    • Connectivity potential across disturbed landscapes
    • Mapping corridors at mutiple spatio-temporal dimensions
    • Identification of remote sensing-based biodiversity indicators
  • Innovations in active learning and student engagement:
    • Efficacy of active learning environments for enhancing the student experience
    • Group-based learning and engagement techniques
    • Use of classroom response systems for supporting student learning goals