University of Victoria
School of Environmental Studies
3800 Finnerty Rd., House 4
Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W 2Y2
I am a wildlife ecologist who is fascinated by the patterns we see in nature - whether it be behavioural patterns between individuals, population patterns within species, or landscape patterns between parts of the country. As humans keep changing the environment I want to understand how we influence these patterns, how we can best conserve these patterns, and ultimately how we affect the persistence of other life on earth.
I am currently a MITACS postdoctoral researcher at the University of Victoria in collaboration with the Beaver Hills Biosphere, Friends of Elk Island Society, and Oak Bay Deer Project.
My PhD thesis investigated spatial ecological processes, and conservation practices, in a landscape of high human activity: "Understanding and sampling spatial ecological process for biodiversity conservation in heterogeneous landscapes"