joy-wangRuoqian Wang, M.E.S. student. School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, 2016-2018.

Thesis: A Multi-Method Assessment of the Temporal Dynamics of Treed Bogs in Nova Scotia

Description: The study is trying to reveal the process of tree establishment in bogs by understanding tree community structure and spatial aspects (point pattern). It will also detect the temporal-spatial tree dynamics in bogs over 90 years through aerial photo interpretation.

20170502_084825Sean Ryan Haughian, Post-doctoral fellow, Biology Department, Saint Mary’s University, 2018-2019.

Project: Disturbance thresholds and factors influencing community dynamics of epiphytic cyanolichens in Nova Scotia, with an emphasis on rare and at-risk species.

Description: The focus of my postdoctoral research is to quantify the relative importance of different threats to epiphytic cyanolichens, and to test experimental conservation measures. This research will ensure that future management activities can more effectively and judiciously conserve these species, and the ecosystems of which they are a part, thought Nova Scotia. This research is supported by a 2-year MITACS elevate grant with the assistance of Port Hawkesbury Paper.


Iain Wilson

Morgan Rice, Masters of Resource and Environmental Management Candidate, School of Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, 2017-2018.

Position: Project Manager

MREM Project: Characterizing the effects on biodiversity from disturbance (i.e. forest harvesting and residential developments) on forested wetlands and comparing those to undisturbed forested wetlands in Nova Scotia.


Georgia Konstantinidis

Hugo Medeiros

Natasha Dazé Querry, Research Assistant

Logan Gray, Research Assistant