Current Students

Laurel Berg
Laurel Berg

How does temperature change plant response to glyphosate?

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

Allie Golt
Allie Golt

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

Alex Winkel
Alex Winkel

Drought tolerance and adaptation in BC indictor plant, Gymnocarpium dryopteris

Stephanie Wilford
Stephanie Wilford

Assessing how culturally significant plants are changed by wildfire severity

Past Students

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

Nutraceutical properties of hemp seed grown in northern BC

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

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)

Brittany Briere
Brittany Briere

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

Fraser Mclelan
Fraser Mclelan

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

Ramsey Austring
Ramsey Austring

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