A new tool developed by UBC researchers could help ensure limited conservation dollars are well spent by determining which actions would save the most species per dollar.
Congratulations to Kasmira Cockerill for winning best student presentation at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology based on her research paper co-authored with Dr. Shannon Hagerman, Supervisor.
Shawn Mansfield has been named a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in the Life Science Division.
This award recognizes Canadian scholars, artists, and scientists, peer-elected as the best in their field.
Chiara Longhi, Director of Student Services, for being selected for this year’s UBC President’s Service Award for Excellence.
Congratulations to UBC Forestry professor Bruce Larson for being appointed to the Forest Practices Board, who will be serving as vice-chair.
In a world that is rapidly changing, conventional interventions in forestry and conservation may not be sufficient to conserve species of interest, and/or to maintain productive forests. Thus, some scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers have called for novel interventions such as the assisted migration of trees.