Dr Cole Burton
Dr Cole Burton
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
- Carnivore ecology and conservation
Current Graduate Students
Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants
Previous Students, Post Doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants
Dr. Joanna Burgar (PDF, 2017-2019)
Erin Tattersall (MSc, defended April 2019. Thesis: Seismic consequences: large mammal community dynamics in a boreal working landscape).
Dacyn Hollinda (BSc Honours, defended April 2018. Thesis: Impact of lure and habitat characteristics on camera trap detectability of mammalian predator and prey species)
Deandra Atmojo (Undergraduate Co-op/WorkLearn, May-August 2017, human-carnivore conflict mitigation).
Kate Broadley (Msc, co-advised with Stan Boutin, University of Alberta, defended April 2017. Thesis title: The implications of animal movement on camera detections as a means to monitor density).
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).
No FRST course(s) were found for W2020 term.
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