James Brandt

Senior Science Advisor

Forest Health

Research and/or project statements

  • Provides science and policy advice to the department on matters related to boreal forest ecology, disturbance agents, and health and productivity
  • Focuses on understanding natural and anthropogenic factors affecting boreal forest ecosystems, including interactions and synergies among disturbance agents
  • Develops tools for display and visualization of spatial data

Education and awards

    BSc, Forestry, University of Toronto, 1987

    MSc, Forestry, University of Toronto, 1992

    PhD, Forest Biology & Management, University of Alberta, 2004