(she/her but they is fine too)
Jan 2023: I am looking for co-supervised postdoc for a funded project creating SDMs for arctic birds that incorporate data on thermal physiology and many years of monitoring reproductive success - see bottom of 'join the lab'
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Shannon Meadley Dunphy
Neighbour shifts from hosts to competitors across the ranges of hemi-parasitic plants
What drives global patterns in the strength of species interactions?
Does habitat availability decline toward species range edges?
(she/they - either is fine)
Predicting the outcomes of competition at different temperatures
Reproduction and biotic interactions toward the northern range edge of an at-risk lupine
PhD starting Jan 2023.
Ecology & conservation of Canada's rare, range-edge plants
Lab alumni (sniff. we miss you!)
Ella Martin MSc. 2022
Testing biogeographic theories with syntheses of plant traits
(now doing PhD at University of Toronto)
Marie Hardouin. BSc Honours thesis 2021.
Identifying hotspots of Canada's at-risk flora and fauna
Vida Javidi BSc Honours thesis 2021.
Experimental manipulations of seed defenses
(now working at Nature Centre)
Cole Larsen MSc. 2020.
Use and production of miniature landscapes to study species distributions
(now working as science teacher in California)
Josh Persi MSc. 2020.
Elevational patterns in seed fates: experimental tests in the Rocky Mountains
(now working at Canadian Food Inspection Agency)
Emma Dawson-Glass. BSc Honours thesis 2020.
Does pollen limitation increase toward plant species range edges? (published paper)
(now working at Holden arboretum)
Alexandra Paquette.BSc Honours thesis 2020.
Review: what determines species' high elevation and latitude range limits? (published paper)
(now doing MSc at McGill)
Clara Kitt (they/them). BSc 2020.
Chemical seed defenses to deter ant predation: a lab experiment. (thesis)
Pascale Caissy. BSc Honours thesis 2019.
Range position vs conservation status & protection of Canadian plants at risk. (published paper)
(finishing MSc at Laval, now working at DFO)
Victor Cameron. BSc Honours thesis 2019.
Range position vs conservation risk of Canadian mammals. (published paper)
(now doing MSc at U Sherbrooke)
Mikayla Salmon-Beitel. BSc Independent Study 2018.
Small mammal abundance vs. seed predation along elevation gradients in Alberta
(now doing MSW at Universite de Montreal)
Noemie Sheppard. BSc Independent Study 2018.
Elevational changes in seed predators, Alaska to Ecuador..
Sandra Klemet-N'Guessan. BSc Independent Study 2017.
Dispersal evolution during bacterial range expansion.
(now doing PhD at Trent)