This information session is open to all UNBC students, staff and alumni and is about all the potential permanent and summer/co-op opportunities offered by our Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. We have 76 branches and a wide variety of career streams. Please join us to find out more about a career with the BC Public Service! And for more information please contact Jessica.Blewett@gov.bc.ca.
For decades, satellite remote sensing technology has allowed researchers to study, monitor and map forests.
However, the high costs of data and few analytical options have limited the technology’s use for taking inventory and monitoring over large forested areas.
Join Dr. Michael Wulder as the featured speaker at the annual Doug Little Memorial Lecture.
Dr. Wulder is a senior research scientist with the Canadian Forest Service of Natural Resources Canada who uses remotely sensed and spatial data to study and monitor forests across Canada, over a range of scales, contributing to national and international programs.
What are we doing to protect our protected spaces?
Dr. Wood is an applied plant biologist and dendroclimatologist exploring influences of human induced stress on forested plant communities. She specializes in forest silvicultural disturbance types, and studying the impacts of climate change on plants. Lisa’s lab contains equipment and facilities for detailed analysis of tree-ring records, quantification of cellular-level plant anatomy, and investigation of plant chemical make-up.
University of Northern British Columbia Senior Lab Instructor Dr. Roy Rea not only helped save two moose calves on May 20, he may also have helped to further his research at the same time.
The Master of Engineering in Integrated Wood Design Program invites you to attend the following research talk:
Dr. Yutaka Goto, CandidateDr. Yutako Goto, Candidate