Michael Michaelian

Forest Health Technician

Current research and/or projects

  • Conducts research related to the climate change program of the Canadian Forest Service
  • Main research area is on the impacts of climate change and variation on the growth, dieback and regeneration of boreal tree species in western Canada
  • Collaborative research activities include forest monitoring and modeling, remote sensing and scaling plot /stand based data to the landscape level
  • Leads the field component of the CIPHA (Climate Impacts on Productivity and Health of Aspen) study

Research and/or project statements

Education and awards

BSc 1985 (University of Alberta)