Frances Stewart (PhD student - co-supervised with Jason Fisher) interested in the intersection between ecology, genetics, and behaviour. Her research takes place in the mixed-use landscape of central Alberta's Cooking Lakes Moraine. Using a combination of genetic techniques and remote cameras she is investigating gene flow, species interactions, and the human impacts on behaviour and occupancy of mesocarnivores within this area. Visit Frances' Moraine Mesocarnivore Project site.
Christy James (PhD student- co-supervised with Jason Fisher) Christy is an NSERC scholar studying bird and mammal communities in mountain landscapes. She won't send a photo so is represented here by a humpback whale calf for reasons she and Jake know but I have no idea (the Turfers are bit odd at times) .
Gray Daniels (MSc student)
Gray's research interests focus on the mechanics of life and evolution and the complexity of living systems. He seeks to understand how and why living systems arise and why they evolve the way they do.
Lily Burke (MSc student) Lily's research focuses on quantifying the efficacy of Rockfish Conservation Areas (RCAs) and testing assumptions of underwater surveys utilizing SCUBA diver observation, towed video cameras and baited underwater video cameras. Read more about this project here.
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