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Dr. Kathryn Lindsay E.
Adjunct Research Professor
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Located in the nation's capital, Carleton University is a dynamic research and teaching institution with a tradition of leading change. Its internationally recognized faculty, staff and researchers provide more than 25,000 full- and part-time students fro
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Kathryn Lindsay, Ph.D.
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Adjunct Research Professor
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Dr. Kathryn Lindsay - Adjunct Research Professor, Environment Canada
Biology professor Lenore Fahrig honoured with a university Research Achievement Award | Faculty of Science | Faculty of Science - Carleton University
Fahrig works with colleagues Doug King, Scott Mitchell and Kathryn Lindsay in the Geomatics and Landscape Ecology Facility for Research in Support of Species Conservation at Carleton (GLEL).
Lindsay is an adjunct professor in Biology and Geography/Environmental Science at Carleton who works with Environment Canada.
was built in 2004 with funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, Ontario Innovation Trust, Carleton University, Environment Canada and the Hamlin Family Foundation
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A sixth-generation resident of the Bonnechere River watershed in Renfrew County, a tributary of the Ottawa River with its headwaters in Algonquin Park.
She volunteers with the Bonnechere River Watershed Project, a community-based not-for-profit whose mission is to inform and influence environmental stewardship and enhancement.
That work benefits from her 28 years as a wildlife ecologist with Environment Canada in Ottawa.
She has a PhD in Biology from Carleton University where she is an Adjunct Research Professor and a founding co-Director of the Geomatics and Landscape Ecology Research Lab built through the Canada Foundation for Innovation.
She worked for four years on secondment with the U.S. Environment Protection Agency in Corvallis, Oregon, and was a Loeb Fellow in the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University in Boston.
research has explored risks to wildlife, water, and people from changes in land cover, land use (particularly agriculture and urbanization), and more recently, climate.
has specialized in the use of scenarios to understand the past in relation to the present, and to explore potential consequences of choice in alternative futures as a means to foster nature conservation and climate change adaptation in land-use policy, planning and decision-making.
Kathryn Lindsay: Our Watersheds, Our Future