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Principal Investigator

Dr. Danielle Way

 

Graduate students

André Galvao Duarte, PhD candidate (2015-current). “Carbon and nitrogen cycling in plants under varied CO2 concentrations.”

Mirindi Eric Dusenge, PhD candidate (2015-current). “Impacts of climate change on tree performance: a comparison of tropical and boreal species.”

Joshua Franks, PhD candidate (2016-current). “Mycorrhizal impacts on poplars under future climate scenarios.”

Bridget Murphy, MSc candidate (2017-current). “Why does tamarack die at elevated growth temperatures?”

Joseph Stinziano, PhD candidate (2013-current). “Estimating the impact of climate warming on boreal forest carbon cycling.”

 

Honors thesis students

Holly Nevison, “The effect of elevated CO2 concentrations and growth temperatures on mycorrhizal infection.”

Kaitlin Gibbs, “How do future climate scenarios alter poplar leaf chemical profiles?”

 

Volunteers

Kristyn Bennett

Bahareh Damercheli

Thalia Rassias

 

Alumni

Graduate students

Vi Bui, MSc (2016). “Photosynthetic acclimation to warming and elevated CO2 in two Antarctic vascular plant species.”

Atiyyah Ferouz, MSc (2015). “Investigation of cell-penetrating peptide transfection in two regenerative tissue systems.” (Co-supervised with Dr. Lining Tian, Agriculture Canada)

Yulia Kroner, MSc (2015). “Effects of growth temperatures and elevated CO2 on respiration rates in Norway spruce.”

Sasha Madhavji, MSc (2017). “Acclimation of respiration to warming and elevated CO2 in a deciduous and an evergreen boreal conifer.”

 

Honors thesis students

Nick Harris (2015) “Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on Antarctic hairgrass.”

Kiri Latuske (2013) “Do larger seeds have an advantage under elevated CO2 conditions?”

Snow Le (2014) “The effect of elevated CO2 concentrations and growth temperatures on thermotolerance in Norway spruce (Picea abies).

Marin Mema (2014) “Changes in leaf anatomy of two boreal conifers under elevated atmospheric temperatures and CO2.”

Bridget Murphy (2017) “The effect of elevated CO2 concentrations and growth temperatures on thermotolerance in black spruce and tamarack.”

Danya Nguyen (2016) “Stomatal characteristics of poplar under elevated growth temperature and CO2 concentrations.”

Alejandra Rey Rincon (2017) “The effect of elevated CO2 concentrations and growth temperatures on membrane composition in black spruce and tamarack.”

Adam Sullivan (2014) “The effect of elevated CO2 concentrations and growth temperatures on thermotolerance in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris).

 

 

 

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