Research

Current Projects:

MOVING THE DIAL OF DECOLONIZING AND INDIGENIZING THE GEOGRAPHY COURSES IN THE CLAYOQUOT FIELD SEMESTER (2018)

Meaningful collaboration with Indigenous partners and feedback from previous participants will support decolonization and Indigenization of Geography’s Clayoquot Sound Field Semester (Tla-o-qui-aht territory) curriculum, to be better prepare settler instructors to deliver a more intentional decolonized and Indigenized teaching learning experience for instructors and students.

Collaborators:

[1] Dr. Rosaline Canessa, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

[2] Dr. Shannon Fargey,  Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Geography, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

[3] Dr. Cam Owens, Associate Teaching Professor, Department of Geography, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

 

SOOKE WATERSHED PRECIPITATION ARRAY (2018)

Towards improved understanding of hydrological inputs in the Sooke Watershed, Vancouver Island, BC.

Collaborators:

[1] Dr. Shannon Fargey,  Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Geography, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

[2] Dr. Tobi Gardner, Senior Hydrologist, Watershed Protection and Management Division, CRD, Victoria, BC

[3] Dr. Shawn Marshall, Professor, Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

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