Species at Risk Biologist
Species at risk recovery planning; boreal forest breeding bird surveys; protected areas ecological inventory and management; vascular plant taxonomist
Professional activities / interests
- Major area of interest include biological inventory with emphasis on vascular plants, birds, amphibians, reptiles with associated interest in mammals, non-vascular plants; odonates and lepidopterans; also interested in freshwater mussels and fishes
- Habitats of particilar interest - arctic tundra, taiga, boreal forest, Hudson-James Bay coasts
- Supervised MSc student doing threatened turtle spatial ecology study in eastern Georgian Bay
Education and awards
- B.Sc. (Adv.) Biology, University of Saskatchewan, 1987
- M.Sc. Plant Ecology, University of Saskatchewan, 1995
- Reeder Book Prize in Botany, 1987
Laverty, J.F., B. Korol and J.D. Litzgus. 2016. Measuring the Effects of Water-based Recreation on the Spatial Ecology of Eastern Musk Turtles (Sternotherus odoratus) in a Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. Copeia 104 (2), pp. 440–447.
Korol, J.B. 1995. Riparian forest communities in the southern boreal region of central Saskatchewan. M.Sc. Thesis. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. 129 pp.
- Korol, J.B. 1992. The vascular plant flora of Rankin Inlet, District of Keewatin, Northwest Territories. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 106(3):342-347.
Field Botanists of Ontario