Alumni

Postdoctoral Fellows

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Margot Hessing-Lewis, Hakai Postdoctoral Fellow 2015
Current Position – Hakai Scientist – Marine Nearshore Ecology

 

 

Kira Krumhansl

Kira Krumhansl, Hakai Postdoctoral Fellow 2015

 

 

Dan Okamoto

Dan Okamoto, Hakai Postdoctoral Fellow 2016
Current Position – Post-Doc at Florida State University/UCSB

Personal Website

 

 

 

 

Marco Hatch

Marco Hatch, National Science Foundation OCE Postdoctoral Fellow 2016

 

 

 

kyle-demesKyle Demes, Hakai Postdoctoral Fellow 2015
Current Position – Senior Advisor, Strategic Initiatives, University of British Columbia

Graduate Students

Josh SilbergJosh Silberg, Masters Graduate 2015
Current Position – Science Communications Coordinator, Hakai Institute
josh.silberg[at]hakai.org — Personal Website
Indirect effects of sea otters on temperate reef fish

Leah Honka, Masters Graduate 2014
Current Position – Skeena Salmon Program Coordinator, Pacific Salmon Foundation
lhonka[at]sfu.ca
Quantifying the drivers and mechanisms of sea otter foraging behaviour on the central coast of BC, Canada

Dr. Rowan TrebilIMG_3519co, PhD 2014 (Co-Supervised by Dr. Nick Dulvy)
Current Position – Ecological Statistician, Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, Hobart Tasmania
rtrebilc[at]sfu.ca
Size-based insight into the structure and function of reef fish communities

Kyle EmpringhamKyle Empringham, Masters Graduate 2013
Current Position – Public Engagement Specialist for BC and Western Canada, David Suzuki Foundation
kyle.empringham[at]gmail.com
Marine conservation in nonprofits: An analysis of advocacy and outreach campaigns

 

Amy Groesbeck

Amy Groesbeck, Masters Graduate 2013
Current Position – Biologist, Natural Resource Department, Tulalip Tribe
amysue72[at]gmail.com
Ancient clam gardens increased production: Adaptive strategies from the past can inform food security today

 

 


Christine Gruman.Christine Gruman, Masters Graduate 2013

Current Position – Manager of Natural ResourcesHuu-ay-aht First Nations Government
christine[at]gruman.ca
Context-Dependence of a Cross-System Trophic Cascade in Gwaii Haanas, British Columbia


Britt KeelingBritt Keeling, Masters Graduate 2013
Current Position – Fisheries Biologist, Alberta Conservation Association
keeling.britt[at]gmail.com
Quantifying the magnitude and mechanisms driving Pacific Herring (Clupea pallasi) egg loss on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada

Erica Olson, Erica OlsonMasters Graduate 2011
Current Position – Systems Ecologist, ESSA Technologies
Large-scale movement patterns of male loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in Shark Bay, Australia
Movement Patterns of Male Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) in the Eastern Indian Ocean

 

 

Mary vonderportenMary von der Porten, Masters Graduate 2010
Current Position – Veterinary School, University of Saskatchewan
Quantifying the spatial ecology of human-bear conflict in a wildland-urban landscape

Undergraduate Students

IMG_4078.jpgAmanda Schrack & Andrea Chee, CMEC Lab Undergraduate Volunteers 2016
Kelp mapping project

Check out the fruits of the kelp mapping project labour here.

Amanda and Sebastian - 2014 vol mappers.jpgAmanda Schrack & Sebastian Mather, CMEC Lab Undergraduate Volunteers 2015
Kelp mapping project

 

Jordanna Bergman - USRA 2015.pngJordanna Bergman, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2015
Current position – Marine Fisheries Biologist, Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (St. Petersburg, Florida)

Kelp harvest project and kelp forest monitoring
WSN 2015 – Kelp Harvest Poster

 

 

Daniel TanDaniel Tan, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2015
Kelp bed remote sensing work

 

christinestevenson.jpegChristine Stevenson, Lab Manager 2014-2015, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2014, Directed Studies Student 2014
Current Position – Master’s Student, University of British Columbia, Pacific Salmon Ecology and Conservation Lab
Accounting for size-specific predation improves our ability to predict the strength of a trophic cascade
The effects of multiple predators on the size structure of red sea urchin populations in BC

 

AngeleenAngeleen Olson, Honours Student, Lab Manager, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2012-2014
Current Position – Master’s Student, University of Victoria, Juanes Lab
Best Poster – Western Society of Naturalists Conference 2013 – Using stable isotopes to model niche widths of Haida Gwaii rockfish

 

 

Gabby Pang

Gabby Pang, SFU VPR Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2014
Current Position – Master’s Student, Simon Fraser University, School of Resource & Environmental Management, Cooper Lab

 

Angie Coulter

Angie Coulter, Research Assistant 2014
Current Position – Fishing Effort Research Assistant, Sea Around Us Project, University of British Columbia

 

Nicole Stamnes

Nicole Stamnes, Directed Studies 2014
Comparing Salinity Tolerance of Kelp species local to Burrard Inlet: Saccharina latissima, Costaria costata, and Nereocystis luetkeana

 

 

Christina McKenzieChristina McKenzie, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2012
Current Position – Veterinary School, University of Saskatchewan
Herring roe as a spatial-temporal dietary subsidy in rockfish

 

 

Brooke DavisBrooke Davis, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2010, 2011 & Research Associate 2011-2012
Current Position – Master’s Student, University of Washington’s School of Fisheries and Aquatic Science
Ecosystem-level effects of sea otter (Enhydra lutris) recolonization on rocky intertidal communities of British Columbia’s Central Coast

 

 

Matt DrakeMatt Drake, NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Assistant 2010
The effects of marine protection on rockfish diets in Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada

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