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Driscoll, J. and K.M.A. Chan (2023). “Assessing fisheries nutrient yields: The Northwest Atlantic, 1950–2014.” Ambio 52: 271–284. Doi: 10.1007/s13280-022-01795-z
Four CHANS Lab graduate students, Anna Santo, Dana Johnson, Jo Fitzgibbons, and Dan Forrest, joined UBC Graduate & Post-doctoral Studies’ Public Scholars Initiative. This program supports UBC doctoral students whose research extends beyond the academy, and beyond traditional disciplinary approaches, to have a tangible impact for the public good through collaborative, action-oriented, and/or creative […]
The story by Tiffany Crawford was titled, “UBC researcher rides bicycle around Vancouver to study how city affects bats”. Julia is now on a cross-continental bike tour of South America.
Congratulations to Ashli for her exceptional PhD Defence today for her dissertation entitled, “Pampa and Pallay : the paradox of culture and economy in the Andean mountains”. It was a pass with no revisions (save a typo). Dorothy Nason and Jon Beasley-Murray were university examiners, Nancy Turner was on Zoom, Mark Turin in absentia, and co-supervisors Wade Davis and Kai Chan asking their own questions and those of external examiner Graham Dutfield at Leeds.
Eyster, H.N., D.S. Srivastava, M. Kreitzman and K.M.A. Chan “Functional traits and metacommunity theory reveal that habitat filtering and competition maintain bird diversity in a human shared landscape.” Ecography 2022(11): e06240. Doi: 10.1111/ecog.06240
Eyster, H.N., R. Naidoo and K.M.A. Chan “Not just the Big Five: African ecotourists prefer parks brimming with bird diversity.” Animal Conservation n/a(n/a). Doi: 10.1111/acv.12816
Driscoll, J. and K.M.A. Chan (2022). “Net negative nutrient yields in a bait-consuming fishery.” Environmental Research Letters 17(8): 084024. Doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ac82c0
Congratulations to Julia for her excellent MSc thesis defence for her thesis entitled, “Prime Real Estate: How Urban Landscape Variables Influence Bat Activity in Vancouver, Canada”. Her examination committee included Matt Mitchell, Cori Lausen, and external examiner Cole Burton. Daniel Forrest, Harold Eyster, and Dana Johnson were also collaborators. Bravo, Julia!
Congratulations to Colton for his excellent defence of his Master’s research entitled, “Walking the Walk: Outdoor recreation predicts sustainability actions alongside environmental attitudes, values, and beliefs“. Rashid Sumaila served as external examiner, and Terre Satterfield and Dave Hardisty were committee members. Bravo, Colton!