Carleton biologists are actively involved in cutting edge research in Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour. Some areas include:

  • Plant Biology
  • Behavioural and Evolutionary Ecology
  • Insect Biology
  • Landscape Ecology
  • Conservation Biology

Biology Faculty

Adjuncts

  • Dr. Celine Boutin – Adjunct Research Professor, National Wildlife Research Centre
    Agro-ecosystems, plant conservation, wildlife habitat, herbicides, biodiversity
  • Dr. John Dettmers – Adjunct Research Professor, Great Lakes Fishery Commission
  • Dr. Charles Francis – Adjunct Research Professor
    Conservation ecology, population ecology, modelling, ornithology and mammalogy
  • Dr. Grant Gilchrist – Adjunct Research Professor, Environment Canada
    Behavioural ecology, arctic ecology and avian ecology
  • Dr. Craig Hebert – Adjunct Research Professor
    Wildlife indicators of ecosystem change
  • Dr. Robert Letcher – Adjunct Research Professor, Environment Canada
    Wildlife toxicology, ecotoxicology, environmental/ecological chemistry of chemical stressors
  • Dr. Andre Levesque – Adjunct Research Professor, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
    Phylogenetics and molecular ecology of fungi
  • Dr. Kathryn Lindsay – Adjunct Research Professor, Environment Canada
    Agricultural landscape ecology, systematic conservation planning, wildlife modeling, climate change adaptation
  • Dr. Peter Mason – Adjunct Research Professor, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
  • Dr. Pierre Mineau – Adjunct Research Professor, Environment Canada
    Ecotoxicology of pesticides and conservation in farm landscapes
  • Dr. Natalia Rybczynski – Adjunct Research Professor, Museum of Nature
    Paleobiology, vertebrate morphology and evolution
  • Dr. Jeff Skevington – Adjunct Research Professor, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada
    Insect systematics
  • Dr. Karen Smokorowski – Adjunct Research Professor, Fisheries & Oceans Canada
    Aquatic ecology, environmental science
  • Dr. Tyler Smith – Adjunct Research Professor, Agriculture and AgriFood Canada
    Plant Systematics and Conservation

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