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Biophysical processes, environmental monitoring, landscape ecology.
Hydrology and remote sensing with applications to agriculture, land-atmosphere interactions and hydro-climatology
Environmental Governance, especially within Canada's mining sector.
Human-environment geographies, energy transitions, renewable energy development and community energy planning, applied GIS.
Geomorphology, sedimentary processes, climate change, hydrology, physical limnology, natural hazards.
Food security under economic globalization and climate change; land use change; integrated socio-economic / crop / climate modelling ; farmer behaviour.
Physical geography, paleoecology, biogeography, dendrochronology.
Political ecology, marine resource management and conservation, common property and co-management, Central America and the Caribbean.
Consumption geographies, development studies, political ecology, feminist geography
GIS, remote sensing, spatial analysis, digital terrain analysis, LiDAR, hydrology, rivers, pollution, software development.
Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Resource Assessment, Cartography.
Forest conservation and management, Ecology and ethnoecology of plants, Environmental policy Indigenous-led conservation.
Waste (informal recycling, food waste, and waste management policy); Urban inequality (poverty, urban governance, environmental justice, urban political ecology, activism); Feminist geographies (gender, dimensions of social difference, ethical scholarship).
Political ecology; conservation policy and practice; forest governance; indigenous led conservation; North America and Southeast Asia.
Fisheries, aquaculture, and coastal communities; international ocean governance; indigenous fishing rights; media and technology in environmental governance.
Alternative and Local Food Systems; The Role of Short Supply Value Chains in Enhancing Farm Viability and Local Food Production; Landscapes of commodification and consumption in the Rural Realm; Agri-Environmental Management.
Understanding settler colonial dimensions of Canadian resource governance, particularly in the areas of mining and mineral exploration.
GIS and spatial analysis; Agri-environmental management; Integrated economic-hydrologic modelling of agricultural conservation practices.
College of Social and Applied Human SciencesUniversity of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1