Current Students

Laurel Berg
Laurel Berg

How does temperature change plant response to glyphosate?

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Nicole Botten
Nicole Botten

Persistence of glyphosate, and associated influence on available nutrients, in native plant tissues following sub-lethal herbicide application in northern British Columbia forests

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Allie Golt
Allie Golt

Glyphosate-based herbicides alter the reproductive morphology of Rosa acicularis (prickly rose)

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Alex Winkel
Alex Winkel

Drought tolerance and adaptation in BC indictor plant, Gymnocarpium dryopteris

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Stephanie Wilford
Stephanie Wilford

Assessing how culturally significant plants are changed by wildfire severity

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Past Students

Holly McVea_ Can the bark of Moringa ole
Holly McVea_ Can the bark of Moringa ole
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Mitz Baylosis
Mitz Baylosis

Nutraceutical properties of hemp seed grown in northern BC

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Malek Haghshenas_ Subalpine fir (Abies l
Malek Haghshenas_ Subalpine fir (Abies l
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Katherine Timms
Katherine Timms
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Anastasia Ivanusic
Anastasia Ivanusic

INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION ON RADIAL GROWTH PROPERTIES OF HYBRID WHITE SPRUCE (Picea glauca (Moench) x engelmannii (Parry)) IN CENTRAL INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

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Mackenzie Howse
Mackenzie Howse

Wood density and annual radial growth response to climatic influences in central British Columbia: a comparative study of western larch (Larix occidentalis) planted outside of its historic range and native lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia)

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Brittany Briere
Brittany Briere

Sensitivity of non-target annual plants to glyphosate-based herbicide, according to growth form

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Fraser Mclelan
Fraser Mclelan

WOOD PROPERTIES AND PRODUCT POTENTIAL OF PAPER BIRCH (Betula papyrifera) IN THE ALEZA LAKE RESEARCH FOREST

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Ramsey Austring
Ramsey Austring

PLANT ALLOMETRY IN SPECIES PLANTED POST-GLYPHOSATE APPLICATION, IN THE PEACE REGION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

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