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Forest & Freshwater Ecology  |  Conservation Science  |  Environmental Law & Policy

Hello and welcome! I am a PhD researcher who is driven to produce and co-produce scientific insights with tangible, real-world policy application towards environmental challenges facing society. My research interests are diverse, but lie at the intersection of natural resource management and freshwater ecosystems. I am currently studying how forest management influences the climate change vulnerability of river systems in the Wabanaki forest region, with a particular focus on salmonid fish habitat. Some of my other projects include protected areas planning, mining law and policy, and aquatic invasive species management.

I live and conduct my research in Mi'kma'ki, the traditional unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people. As a settler descendent, I recognize the Peace and Friendship treaties that exist on these lands and acknowledge the First Peoples who have stewarded these lands for generations.

All images on this website were taken by me unless specified, and may not be reproduced without written consent. 

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