Past projects

It’s sedimentary, my Watson: Influence of watershed processes on the sediment fingerprinting approach (2010-2016). Doctoral Dissertation – University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC

Town Hall Meetings – Where Communities and Science Meet (2012). Participant – Quesnel River Research Centre, Likely, BC

Earth day celebrations in Quesnel, BC (2012). Participant – Quesnel River Research Centre, Likely, BC

Climate change, water and salmon: from research into policy. The Stakeholder Workshop Series (2011). Participant – Quesnel River Research Centre, Likely, BC

Composition and quality of urban street sediment in Prince George and its impact on air and water quality. (2010-2011) Co-author – University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC

Marine-derived nutrient floc generation and retention times in gravel beds. (2010-2011) Research Technician – Quesnel River Research Centre, Likely, BC

Quantifying the relationships between soil phosphorus measures and phosphorus loss by runoff and leaching for Manitoba soils under field conditions (2009). Research Associate – University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

Determining the effects of forest harvesting on streamflow during rain-on-snow events in the Russell Creek watershed (2008-2009). Research Technician – Ministry of Forests and Range, Nanaimo, BC

Coast Region Experimental Arthropod Project (CREAP), Roberts Creek Study Forest (2008-2009). Research Technician – Ministry of Forests and Range, Nanaimo, BC

Rapid analysis of moisture, carbon and nitrogen in peat cores from northern Manitoba by near-infrared spectroscopy (2008-2009). Research Technician – PDK Projects, Nanaimo, BC

Short-term carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide flux following tillage of the clay soil of the Red River Valley in Southern Manitoba (2006-2008). Masters Thesis – University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB