Graduate Students

Environmental Impact Assessment
Lauren Arnold, Masters, Interdisciplinary Studies
Cumulative impact monitoring in the NWT, funded by the NWT Government and the NWT Cumulative Impacts Monitoring Program

Brent De Wolff
, Masters, Earth and Environmental Science (complete)
An analysis of the effectivenss of apprpoaches to manageing backcountry road access in BC, funded by SSHRC

Brandon Gregg, Masters, Interdisciplinary Studies
GIS and environmental management, analysis of the feasibility of geospatial tools in natural resoruces management decision-making, funded by SSHRC

Nicole Peletz-Bohbot, Masters, Interdisciplinary Studies
The role and application of traditional knowledge in enviornmental assessment and projejct review in Nunavut, Funded by Irving Shipbuilding International and the Nunavut Research Institute

Gillian Vlasshaert, Masters, Interdisciplinary Studies (complete)
Decision-making criteria and analysis for cumulative effects assessment, funded by SSHRC

Rob Friberg, PhD, Interdisciplinary Studies
Integrating climate change into cumulative effects assessment, funded by the Foothills Research Institute
Climate Change Adaptation
Troy McMillan, PhD, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Information technology and social networking solutions that support enhanced and adaptation, funded by SSHRC
Woodland caribou management in Newfoundland

Stephen Decker, PhD, Interdisciplinary Studies, Funded by SSHRC, Bombarier Fellowship

Graduate Student Opportunities

There are no positions open for 2017 - 2018

Depending on the project,.positions may be based at The University of British Columbia's Okanagan valley campus or collaborating universities .