Tag Archives: Graduate Student Research

DGES Prof Doug King and PhD candidate Evan Seed’s research featured in Ottawa Citizen article

Doug King and Evan Seed presented results of their long term research on the impacts of the 1998 ice storm on the forests of Gatineau Park, November 23.  The talk was part of a series of Research Forum Days associated … Continue reading

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Recent PhD graduate accepts SSHRC PDF in The Hague

Carol Hunsberger has accepted a SSHRC post-doctoral research fellowship in the Netherlands. She will be moving to The Hague in May to work with Dr. Jun Borras at the International Institute of Social Studies. Carol’s research will look at the … Continue reading

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DGES students examine permafrost along the Dempster Highway

by Brendan O’Neill, PhD student Department of Geography & Environmental Studies In February, Marcus Phillips and I travelled to Inuvik and Fort McPherson, NWT to examine how the accumulation of snow along arctic roadways influences ground surface temperatures and the … Continue reading

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