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Hydrometeorology; Climatology; Biometeorology; Ecohydrology; Water Resources; Evapotranspiration; Forest Carbon Cycle; Ecosystem restoration; Land surface-atmosphere intercation models; Hydrologic models; Global climate models; Air pollution and health; Forest restoration and reclamation.
Geomicrobiology, Environmental geochemistry of redox sensitive elements, Global biogeochemical cycles, Biological controls on climate change; Virology; Teaching philosophies.
My general research program is mostly focused on investigating the sequence stratigraphy and 3D facies architecture of shelf, shallow marine, paralic, and fluvial depositional systems.
Geoarchaeology; Holocene Paleoenvironments; Applied Geophysics; Quaternary Geology
Hydrology; Biogeochemistry; Land Surface Processes in Natural and Human Impacted Environments
Geography of gender; Geographies of disability; Disability in the Global South; Experiences and representations of mental ill health; The inclusion and exclusion of women in northern Canadian communities; Emotions and diversity in the Occupy movement.
Water Resource; Hydroclimatic Modelling and Forecasting; Climate Variability/Change Impact on Water Resources; Hydroinformatics: Statistical and; Dynamic Data-Driven Methods in Hydrologic Data Assimilation.
Radiogenic Isotope Geology; Crustal evolution in the Grenville Province of the Canadian Shield.
Environmental geology; Glaciomarine sedimentology; Tectonic versus climatic controls on sedimentation in glaciated basins.
Housing; Suburban development; Urban social geography; Urban historical geography; Canadian and US cities in the twentieth century; Urban development in the British colonies.
Contaminants in Aquatic Food Webs, Forest management and stream health, Dams and dam removal
Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Paleoclimatology, Low Temperature Geochemistry, Analytical Geochemistry.
Community-engaged research for northern sustainability; Human dimensions of environmental change; Indigenous knowledge; Inuit Nunangat (Inuit homelands); Northern governance and co-management; Cross-cultural research ethics and methodologies
Pedagogical study of advancing the use of technologies into classroom teaching and learning; Exploration of the spatial distribution of quaternary landforms and sediments of glacial origin in southern Ontario.
Human geography; Urban geography & planning; Population studies; Geographies of health & health-care; Urban social geography; Globalization; Geographies of economic activity; Geopolitics & politcal geography; Uneven development & global inequalities; Issues in human & environmental interactions; Regional geography; Human geographic field study.
Not currently accepting graduate students.
Building and Construction Trades' Work in Canada's North, Gender and northern resource development, Gender, sexuality and worker experiences, Indigenous peoples, work and unions, Work in northern regions and resource industries
Internal migration in Canada and the United States; Immigration: settlement and adjustment; Immigration and health; Aging Issues: population mobility; Transportation; Health.
Stable isotope geochemistry; Paleoceanography; Paleoclimatology; Sedimentary geology.
Spatial analysis and statistics; Transportation modeling; Travel behavior; Health geography; Geographic Information Science.
Geoarchaeology; Marine Archaeology; Micropaleontology (foraminifera); Isotope Geochemistry; Paleoenvironmental Analysis; Catastrophic Event Stratigraphy; Quaternary Geology.
Active transportation (cycling and walking); Big data (GPS); Bike share; Geographic Information Science (GIScience); Sustainable transportation; Travel behaviour
Stable Isotope Geochemistry, Environmental and Organic Geochemistry, Geobiology, Contaminant Hydrogeology, Biodegradation and Bioremediation, Astrobiology
Water Flow and Contaminant Transport in the Subsurface; Vadose Zone Hydrology; Soil Physics; Hydrogeology; Multiphase Flow through Porous Media; Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Behaviour and Remediation in the Subsurface; Organic Contaminants in Groundwater Systems; Soil Sciences; Applied Modelling of Subsurface Flow and Transport.
Ecohydrology; Impacts of drought; Wildfire and land-use change on boreal wetlands and reptiles-at-risk habitat; Watershed reclamation strategies; Wildfire mitigation strategies; Wetland habitat restoration
Therapeutic landscapes; Informal/family caregiving; Home/community health care; Urban health/quality of life; Health determinants; Women's health; Sense of place; Rural health/care; Health care services/policy; Program planning and evaluation.
Geographies of disability; Geographies of addiction and mental health; Social geographies of exclusion.
Environmental risk analysis and risk communication; Environmental health; Geographic Information Science; Agent-based modelling; Geocomputation; Environmental games and game theory
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