Department of Forest Resources Management

To excel in education and research for the conservation and sustainable management of forests, woodlands, and wildlands.

The mission of the Forest Resources Management Department is to provide an outstanding education in forestry and conservation that is integrated, international, and experiential. We undertake significant, innovative research, and promote an interdisciplinary environment that attracts world-class scholars and graduate students. We engage indigenous peoples, in Canada and abroad, in their stewardship of forest lands. We foster public understanding of, and actively promote sustainable approaches to, regional and global natural resource and conservation challenges.

Research Supervisors

Name Research Interests
Alila, Younes Hydrology, Flood, Water Resources, Water Structures, Forest Hydrology, Forest management, hydrological engineering
Bulkan, Janette aboriginal forestry, biodiversity, climate change, communities and livelihoods, conservation, corporate responsibility, forest management, forest policy, international trade, social impact, social science
Bull, Gary international forest policy, environmental services markets, carbon markets, Government and economic systems
Burton, Cole Wildlife Management, Mammal Ecology, Biodiversity Conservation, Ecological Monitoring, Population and Community Ecology, Landscape Ecology
Coops, Nicholas Charles Imaging tech, remote sensing and spatial data modeling in forestry and ecology, integrated remote sensing studio
Eskelson, Bianca Forest Biometrics, Forest Modelling, Disturbance Effects
Griess, Verena sustainable forest management, forest management planning, plantation forests + productive forests, close to nature forestry/ near natural forestry, decision support systems, economic benefits of mixed + multi cohort stands
Hagerman, Shannon Marie biodiversity, climate change, communities and livelihoods, conservation, forest policy, social science
Innes, John Forestry
Konijnendijk, Cecil urban forestry, green infrastructure planning, green space governance, urban ecosystem services, people-nature relationships
Larson, Bruce silviculture, foirest management, forest stand dynamics
Lemay, Valerie Modeling, estimation, biometrics/mensuration
Lyons, Charles Forest engineering
Marshall, Peter Forest measurements, Forest stand dynamics
Meitner, Michael forest aesthetics and scenic beauty, outdoor recreation, environmental visualization, geographic information systems, visual perception, agent-based modeling, Public involment in planning, sustainability leadership
Moore, Robert Daniel hydrology, hydroclimatology, stream temperature, fish habitat, forest hydrology, glacier hydrology, snow hydrology
Nelson, Harry William analyzing natural and environmental resource policy with an emphasis on forestry and in developing new policy options that can help enhance the long run sustainability of Canadian forests and the communities and businesses that rely upon them
Sheppard, Stephen landscape architecture; greenway planning for sustainable communities; tourism potential of BC’s landscapes; social aspects of forestry; visual quality / visual impacts of clear-cutting; computer mapping and animation; computer visual modeling for local climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation, using Geographic Information System and 3D visualization as a prototype for improved community engagement and planning on long-term climate change, snowpack forecasting, Visual management, planning visualization, climate change, landscape planning, simulation
Wang, Guangyu business management, climate change, conservation, forest management, forest policy, land-use change
Zerriffi, Hisham energy poverty

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