Key research areas include:
- Understanding mammal community dynamics in human-impacted ecosystems
- Assessing conservation strategies for human-wildlife coexistence
- Wildlife population estimation and habitat modelling
- Developing and testing biodiversity monitoring methods, particularly wildlife camera trapping
Current Graduate Students
Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants
Previous Students, Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants
Mary Toews (MSc, co-advised with Francis Juanes, University of Victoria, defended September 2016. Thesis title: Managing human footprint with respect to its effects on large mammals: Implications of spatial scale, divergent responses and ecological thresholds).
Hannah Britton-Foster (BSc Honours, University of Victoria, defended April 2015. Thesis title: Influences of industrial land use features on small-scale movements of an expanding white-tailed deer population).