Sheldon Hann

Image Sheldon William Rex Hann
Land Resource Support Biologist

To provide land resource management, spatial and non-spatial data management and geomatics support to the research teams at the Fredericton and Charlottetown Research and Development Centres.

Énoncés de recherches/projets

Provide GIS and geomatics support to the following projects:

  • Soil microbial biogeography and soil health in agro-ecosystems of Atlantic Canada
  • Microfauna biogeography and artificial intelligence in Atlantic agri-environmental ecosystems
  • Development of regional management strategies and decision making tools for the control of Colorado potato beetle
  • Surveying the extent of triazine resistant lamb's quarters (Chenopodium album) and development of an integrated weed management program for potato production systems
  • Assessing the ecological goods and services provided by riparian areas and identifying areas at risk in agricultural landscapes in Atlantic Canada
  • Landscape Integrated Soil and Water Conservation (LISWC) on sloping fields under potato production in Atlantic Canada
  • Living Laboratories Initiative

Principales publications

  1. McKenzie-Gopsill AG, Graham G, Laforest M, Ibarra S, Hann S, Wagg C. 2020. Tracking and managing triazine resistant Chenopodium album in Atlantic Canadian potato production. Prince Edward Island Soil and Crop Conference. March 5th 2020, Summerside PE Canada

    2020 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  2. McKenzie-Gopsill AG, Graham G, Laforest M, Ibarra S, Hann S, Wagg C. 2020. Tracking and managing triazine resistant Chenopodium album in Atlantic Canadian potato production. New Brunswick Soil and Crop Improvement Association Annual General Meeting. Feb 21st 2020, Woodstock NB Canada

    2020 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  3. Owen, J. et Hann, S.W.R. (2014). « Variable-width buffers to prevent field sediment run-off in potato production on steep slopes. », Northeast Potato Technology Forum, Fredericton, NB, Canada, March 13-14, 2014. (Présentation)

    2014 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  4. Owen, J., Hann, S.W.R., et Dosskey, M. (2014). « Variable-width buffers to reduce sediment pollution from potato production on steep slopes of Black Brook Watershed using AgBufferBuilder. », 2nd European Agroforestry Conference, Cottbus, Germany, July 4-6, 2014.

    2014 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  5. Owen, J. et Hann, S.W.R. (2013). « Fixed versus Variable-Width Buffers to Prevent Field Run-Off Pollution on High Slopes. », Benton Ridge Experimental Farm Open House, July 24, 2013. (Affiche)

    2013 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  6. Benoy, G.A., Luiker, E., Culp, J., et Hann, S.W.R. (2012). « An application of export coefficient modelling (ECM) to quantify watershed-based sources of nutrients in the Saint John River basin. », 65th Canadian Conference For Fisheries Research (CCFFR) / Conférence Canadienne de la Recherche sur les Pêches (CCRP), Delta Beausejour Hotel, Moncton, NB, Canada, January 5-7, 2012, p. 6. (Résumé)

    2012 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  7. Fahmy, S.H., Hann, S.W.R., et Jiao, Y. (2010). Les sols du Nouveau-Brunswick : deuxieme evaluation., Eastern Canada Soil and Water Conservation Centre. (Livre)

    2010 - Consulter les détails de la publication

  8. Fahmy, S.H., Hann, S.W.R., et Gagnon, R. (2007). « Soil interpretation model for crop and forest tree production in New Brunswick: The CanSOIL-INTERPNB. », dans Olivier, A. and S. Campeau (dir.) - When Trees and Crops Get Together. Proceedings of the 10th North American Agroforestry Conference, Québec City, Canada, June 10-13, 2007, Association for Temperate Agroforestry (AFTA), p. 497-506.

    2007 - Consulter les détails de la publication