Parker, Katherine

Dr. Parker's research interests include bioenergetic strategies of wildlife, plant-herbivore dynamics, and predator prey interactions. She is interested in the factors that constrain wildlife species and the flexibility that animals have to survive them. Her current focus is on trade-off decisions related to body condition, reproduction, and predation risk for ungulates in boreal and subarctic systems.

Supervises in PhD NRES; MSc NRES Biology

Opio, Dr. Chris

Dr. Opio's research interests include forest management and policy, silviculture, environmental aspects of harvesting systems, land reclamation, woodlot management, tropical forestry and agroforestry.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities


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    Advisor Information

    Jennifer Cole                                                      
    Academic Advisor                                                             
    Forest Ecology and Management Program            
    University of Northern British Columbia
    3333 University Way
    Prince George, British Columbia
    V2N 4Z9
    Canada        
    Tel:(250) 960-6677
    Fax: (250) 960-5280

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