Binkley, M. [Sociology and Social Anthropology] Cultural ecology; maritime coastal communities; tourism, gender and development; North Atlantic rim; the Philippines.
Freedman, B. [Biology] Ecological effects of pollution, disturbance and other stressors, including effects of forest harvesting on vegetation, wildlife an site quality; design of ecologically sustainable resource-use systems; development of material in support of environmental education.
Gagnon, G. [Civil Engineering] Environmental engineering processes; design and optimization of drinking water treatment processes; corrosion control and bacterial growth in distribution systems; biofilm kinetics; biological process design for water and wastewater treatment; membrane processes in drinking water treatment. http://civil.engineering.dal.ca/Faculty%20and%20Staff/Graham_Gagnon.php
Grant, J. [Planning] Cultural context of community planning, social planning, neighbourhood planning, land use disputes, development patterns, survey design and analysis, social impact assessment, healthy communities, public participation in the planning process, history of planning, history of built landscapes, new urbanism, gated communities, smart growth, rural development, international development, small scale business activities in peasant communities, environmental problems in coastal communities, environmental education, site planning for sustainable development, industrial park planning
Hughes, L. [Electrical and Computer Engineering] Greenhouse gas studies; energy security; climate change; transportation; and sustainable energy systems. Prof Hughes' web page address is http://dclh.electricalandcomputerengineering.dal.ca/
Hutchings, J. [Biology] Evolutionary ecology, behaviour and conservation biology of fishes. Central to the research projects I undertake in each of these areas is an attempt to understand the tremendous variability that exists in reproductive strategies within and among natural populations of fishes.
MacIntosh, C. [Schulich School of Law] Aboriginal and Indigenous Law; Aboriginal Health Law and Policy; Aboriginal Health and Environmental Law; Human Rights and Migration Law and Policy. http://law.dal.ca/Faculty/Full_Time_Faculty/Bios/Constance_MacIntosh/index.php
Rainham, D. [Elizabeth May Chair in Sustainability and Environmental Health] Broad research interests are directed at understanding the associations between human health and ecological integrity. Geographic information science, spatial analysis and eco-epidemiology provide some of the tools and theories to guide his research. His current research uses wearable global positioning system technology to investigate the influence of neighbourhood characteristics on human health and measures of environmental sustainability. (http://environmental.science.dal.ca/Faculty/Daniel_Rainham.php)
Sheehan, L. [Business Administration] A stakeholder approach to strategic management and tourism destination management. Related to entrepreneurship and tourism; socially inclusive tourism; and risk and tourism.
Sur, S. Governace of corporatons, especially in the context ofcompetitive and sustainability initiatives; the role of ownership in determining the governance as well as the objectives of corporations, i.e. economic, social and environmental performance; interested in the interdisciplinary approach that spans stratgegy, finance, accounting and resource maagement; sustainable development in an international setting.
VanderZwaag, D. [Law] Environmental law reform; Canadian ocean law and policy; Arctic marine transportation. http://law.dal.ca/Faculty/Full_Time_Faculty/Bios/David_VanderZwaag/index.php
Wright, T. [Environmental Science]. Environmental sustainability in higher education; indicators of environmental sustainability; institutional environmental change; environmental education (particularly applying experiential and transformative learning theories). http://myweb.dal.ca/wrightsa/
Bard, S.M. [Consultant] Environmental and ecological toxicology, multixenobiotic resistance, environmental effect of marine and aquatic contaminants, personal care products and pharmaceuticals, coastal management. Please see webpage www.ecotoxicology.ca
Boxall, J. [Dalhousie University Libraries, Map and Geospatial Information Collection] Geospatial data infrastructures; geospatial data access policies; public participatory GIS (PPGIS); GIS and society; digital libraries; information policy; geographic education; GIS in education. More on the GIS Centre at Dalhousie.
Brazner, J. [Wetland Program Coordinator, Protected Areas and Wetlands Branch, Nova Scotia Environment] Developing condition indicators for wetlands; role of wetlands in the landscape; historic loss of wetlands in Nova Scotia; restoration of wetlands; wetland research to support wetland policy.
Bundy, A. [Popultion Ecology Division, Fisheries & Oceans Canada] ecosystem approaches to management, the impact of fishing on marine ecosystems, the structure and functioning of ecosystems, energy flow control in ecosystems, incorporating resource user’s ecological knowledge into fisheries science, interdisciplinary approaches to fisheries science.
Bush, P. [Protected Areas and Wetlands Branch, Nova Scotia Environment]
Landscape ecology and connectivity, GIS and remote sensing, wetlands, old-growth forests, wildlife habitat, avian ecology, protected areas management.
Broders, H. [Biology, Saint Mary's University] Main interests are in the area of animal population biology. For more info please visit http://www.smu.ca/faculty/hughbroders/welcome.html
Cameron, R. [Protected Areas and Wetland Branch, Nova Scotia Environment] Conservation of biodiversity through the use of protected areas; ecosystem classification as a tool for capturing representative ecosystems in protected areas; identification and classification of rare ecosystems; long-term ecological monitoring and assessing ecological integrity of protected areas; conservation ecology of rare lichens.
Chappells, H. [Consultant] Sustainable consumption and provision; resource scarcity and societal adaptation to climate change; energy and water demand-side management; sustainable systems of community co-provision.
Charles, T. [Saint Mary's University] Fisheries, aquaculture and the coastal zone; policy, management development, economics and socioeconomics; bioeconomic modelling; sustainable development theory and practice with emphasis on environment-economy linkages; sustainability indicators; sustainable communities and applications in Atlantic Canada; international development particularly in Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Cohen, F.G. [Consultant/Retired Professor] Indigenous peoples and natural resource issues; Environmental Education; Community-based resource management; Community health.
Conrad, C. [Saint Mary's University] Community-based environmental monitoring and management; environmental remediation of marine and watershed habitat; green mapping; water quality and sediment transport in streams; watershed management.
Côté, R. [Professor Emeritus, SRES] Interdisciplinary management of chemicals and wastes; the management of land-based sources of marine pollution; the relationship between business and environment; industrial ecology.
Flemming, S. [Parks Canada] Species at risk.
Furgal, C. [Indigenous Environmental Studies Program, Trent University]. Environmental health of Indigenous populations; Arctic health; health impact assessment; environmental health risk management, perception and communication; environmental contaminants and food security of circumpolar peoples, Indigenous Knowledge - Science interface.
Hanson, A. [Mount Allison University] wetland ecology, mapping, and conservation policy; landscape ecology; avian ecology. Personal Webpage: http://www.mta.ca/faculty/socsci/geograph/hanson.htm
Harper, K. [Environmental Programmes, Faculty of Science, Dalhousie Unviersity] plant community ecology, conservation biology, forest ecology, forest edges, treeline, structural development and old-growth forests, restoration. Personal Webpage: http://myweb.dal.ca/kr987908
Hatcher, A. [Hatcher Research Associates] Nutrient cycling and sedimentation in nearshore and freshwater ecosystems; the environmental impacts of aquaculture and the development of citizen science. Currently working on the interface between Western and Native science and the development of science curricula at all levels within that interface.
Hermanutz, L. [Memorial University] Conservation biology of endangered species; plant ecology (boreal systems, arctic-alpine systems); invasive species biology and impact; climate change effects on arctic boreal systems. http://www.mun.ca/biology/lhermanutz/lhermanutz.php
Kernaghan, G. [Mount Saint Vincent University] Ecology of fungi in northern forests; plant-microbe symbioses; rhizosphere ecology; mycorrhizae in restoration. Web page: http://faculty.msvu.ca/fungal_ecology
Labor, P. [Protected Areas and Wetland Branch, Nova Scotia Environment] Integrated protected areas planning and management; environmental and outdoor education; natural and cultural heritage planning and interpretation; outdoor recreation and resource management; nature-based tourism development and planning.
Laroque, C. [Mount Allison University] Past and future climates, dendrochronology, physical environments, ecosystem dynamics, dendroclimatology, dendroarchaeology, dendrogeomorphology, dendroecology. http://www.mta.ca/faculty/socsci/geograph/laroque.htm
Leblon, B. [Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, UNB Fredericton] Remote sensing applications in forestry, geology, agriculture and coastal zone management; radar remote sensing; RADARSAT-2 images.
Martin, K. [Canadian Sea Turtle Network] Sea turtles; marine species at risk; role of communication in conservation intiatives, species management and policy development; Species at Risk Act; traditional ecological knowledge; role of resource users in conservation; role of community outreach in environmental stewardship and policy; public education and community engagement; environmental education for children and teens; international cooperation in the conservation of trans-border migratory species.
McCarthy, C. [Parks Canada Agency] Protected area management, participatory resource management, large mammal ecology, population dynamics and ethology, species at risk recovery, coastal dynamics and invasive species management.
Nette, T. [Nova Scotia Dept of Natural Resources] Large mammals management including regulatory, policy, administrative, public relations, research and related First Nations and interest group interaction.
Newkirk, G. [Biology] Community-based coastal resource management in developing countries; integration of fisheries and aquaculture as a food production system.
Sinclair, J. [University of Manitoba] Focus on community involvement and learning in the process of resource and environmental decision-making; environmental assessment; public involvement.
Starzomski, B. [School for Resource and Environmental Studies and Department of Biology, Dalhousie University] Conservation biology and community ecology; species-at-risk; dispersal and spatial ecology; statistics and experimental design; climate change and biodiversity; food webs, trophic structure and diversity sampling issues. Web: http://myweb.dal.ca/br238551/index.html
Van Wilgenburg, H. A. [Consultant] Democracy and ethics in resource and environmental decision-making including public participation; environmental impact assessment and public participation including process and impact/outcome evaluation; process and impact/outcome evaluation of health initiatives involving Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth.
Vasseur, L. [Brock University] Environmental/ecological monitoring and management; biodiversity; conservation of rare plant species; community-based conservation management in Canada and abroad; environmental management systems; voluntary compliance (in relation to environmental policy in SMEs and North America).
Vigerstad, T. [Director, Technical Services, Bio-Response Systems Ltd.] Human and environmental risk assessment; risk communication; ecological paradigms and public policy.
Walters, B. [Geography and Environmental Studies, Mount Allison University] human ecology; people-forest interactions in the Caribbean and Philippines; research methodology. http://www.mta.ca/faculty/socsci/geograph/faculty/walters/index.htm
Warner, A. [Consultant] Process and outcome evaluation of environmental education programs; community forest management in protected areas in international contexts; narrative/storyline approaches to learning through earth education; youth leadership and engagement in community development and environmental activism.
Wells, P. [Environment Canada] Bay of Fundy-Gulf of Maine-Georges Bank, coastal water quality, ecological change, ecological risk assessment, ecotoxicology, hydrocarbons, international programs in marine environmental protection, intertidal ecology, marine ecosystem health/marine environmental quality, marine environmental protection, offshore oil and gas, produced water, role of science in environmental (coastal) management, sediment quality, toxicity of mixtures, water quality.
Willison, M. [Consultant] Protected areas establishment and management; biosphere reserves; conservation biology; marine protected areas; deepwater corals.
Wood, K.S. [Consultant] Ecological/environmental economics; resource systems and economic development; economic instruments for environmental management; environmental education.
Barchard, W. [Environment Canada] Marine pollution; industrial ecology; sustainable development; community-based governance; environmental management systems; pollution prevention; environmental management governance; knowledge management, knowledge sharing.
Beach, H. [Department of Canadian Heritage] Protected areas management issues, in particular the use of environmental assessment; environmental management systems; business/environment and government’s role to achieve sustainable development.
Chute, J. [Consultant] Systems ecology, historical ecology, ethnohistory, aboriginal issues, cultural and social anthropology, park management and policy.