Assessing and monitoring regional cumulative effects using remotely sensed data.
Current research and/or projects
I am currently developing lichen availability maps for select regions wtihin northeastern Canada (QC and Labrador). Knowing where the lichen is, and how its availability has changed over time, may help us understand why certain populations of woodland caribou are in such dramatic decline.
Education and awards
B.Sc. (Hons.) Environmental Science, University of Guelph, 2010
M.Sc. Geography (Remote Sensing & GIS), University of Calgary, 2018
Nominee - 2018 WAGS Distinguished Master's Thesis AWARD (STEM, Non-STEM)
Nominee - 2018 WAGS Innovation in Technology Award
Transformative Talent Internship Scholarship, 2017
Faculty of Graduate Studies Travel Award, 2017
Geography Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Contributions to Departmental Community Life, 2017
The Departmetn of Geography 54th Annual Conference, People's Choice Best Poster, 2017
The Department of Geography 54th Annual Conference, Student Poster Runner Up, 2017
Alberta Graduate Student Scholarship, 2017
International experience and/or work