Welcome!

I am an ecological modeller who's passionate about ecosystem stability and resilience to disturbance, and this is my personal, but quite academic, website! Here you'll find my research interests, my academic and professional histories and the work that I have developed so far. I hope you'll also find something interesting that you'd like to discuss … Continue reading Welcome!

Modeller puts her field boots on – lessons learned from fieldwork in the Alberta Foothills

When Dr Cameron Naficy invited me to participate on his field season this last summer I immediately said 'yes'. "What a great opportunity to breathe fresh air and do some exercise, while I get more familiar with the ecosystems I'm supposed to be modelling and with dendrochronology field sampling techniques!" I thought, as my eyes … Continue reading Modeller puts her field boots on – lessons learned from fieldwork in the Alberta Foothills

Landscapes in Motion goes to the Ecological Society of America meeting in New Orleans!

Another blog post I wrote for the LIM webpage that you can find here. If you are lazy, like me, here's a shortcut. This piece was originally published on the Landscapes in Motion blog. Landscapes in Motion is a large-scale, multidisciplinary project examining historical wildfire patterns and landscape change in the southern Rockies of Alberta, … Continue reading Landscapes in Motion goes to the Ecological Society of America meeting in New Orleans!

Let’s talk about models: what are they, why do we need them?

Here's another blog post I've written for the Landscapes in Motion project blog. If you haven't already, check the Landscapes in Motion website - and keep an eye on it for blog posts from other team members and project news! This piece was originally published on the Landscapes in Motion blog. Landscapes in Motion is a … Continue reading Let’s talk about models: what are they, why do we need them?