The Boyce lab has two new MSc students joining us this fall.
Julien Gullo joins us at the University of Alberta after completing his undergraduate thesis at Thompson Rivers University. His MSc thesis will involve studying the movement ecology of Stone’s sheep in response to hunting pressure in BC.
Hannah Bordin joins us after completing her undergraduate at Dalhousie University. Her MSc thesis will involve studying the movement and population ecology of wild boar in response to different population management practices. Her study sites will be within Alberta including places like Elk Island National Park. A hearty congratulations also goes to Hannah for receiving a NSERC scholarship to conduct her research!
Check out their profiles later in the fall term to find out more about Julien’s and Hannah’s research!