Graduate Student Profiles

Read our Faculty newsletter, Branchlines, which features stories about our graduate students’ research, and learn more student profiles on our international research page.
From all around the world, our graduate students student a diverse range of topics. Learn more about some of the research conducted by our students below.


Juliana Magalhães
Changing Climate Effects on Coihue (Nothofagus dombeyi) and Lenga (Nothofagus pumilio) Species Interactions in Northern Patagonia, Argentina

Ngaio Hotte
How Can Trust be Built Among Parties Engaged in Collaborative Natural Resource Governance in Canada?

Jennifer DeBoer
Environmental Threats and Opportunities in the US Pulp and Paper Industry

Roseanna Gamien-Greene
Amphibian Conservation on Haida Gwaii

Tonya Smith
Ecosystem Services Approaches to Líl̓wat Nation Food Security

Sara Barron
Future Suburban Forests in a Changing Climate: Balancing Sustainability and Social Acceptance

Yemi Adeyeye
The Politics of Knowledge in Multi-Level Forest Governance: Perceptions, Roles and Contested Narratives of Knowledge across Scales

Devyani Kumari
Impacts of Local Scale Biomass Estimation on Carbon Financing for Improved Cook-Stoves

Andrea Lyall
Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation’s (KHFN) Relationship with the Forests

Andrea Vasquez Fernandez
Building Methodologies, Addressing Conflicts: Cases in the Peruvian Amazon

Ana Elia Ramón Hidalgo
Empowering Communities in Two Ecotourism Villages in Ghana

Gloria Borona
Investigating People-Forest Relationships around Central Kenya’s Aberdare Forest Reserve

Alex Chee Yu Yeung
Effects of forest harvesting on stream ecosystem structure and functioning

Siti Hazneza Abdul Hamid
Effects of natural weathering on wood erosion

Saori Ogura

Saori Ogura
Food Security for Indigenous Communities





Anna Ringsred
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential of Biojet Fuel using Lifecycle Assessment

Katie McMahen
Development of forest legacy-based soil rehabilitation techniques for mine reclamation

Catch Catomeris
Implications of Introduced Deer on Above- and Belowground Communities In Old Growth Forests

Drake Mboowa
How Can We Better Predict the Hydrolytic Potential of Cellulase Enzyme Mixtures on Model and Realistic Lignocellulosic Substrates?

Kasmira Cockerill
Knowledge and Participation in Community-based Conservation in the Northern Rangelands of Kenya


Master of Sustainable Forest Management

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Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management

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Master of International Forestry

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Master of Forestry – TRANSFOR-M

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