Dr. Brock Fenton
Behaviour and Ecology of Bats
AMANDA ADAMS, B.Sc., M.Sc. University of California, San Diego, entered the Ph.D. programme in September 2007 and is studying spatio-temporal variation in bat activity and community structure and the role sampling methods play in the depiction of these.
ERIN FRASER, B.Sc. Toronto, M.Sc., University of Western Ontario, entered the Ph.D. programme in September 2006 and is using stable hydrogen isotope analysis to study migration in insectivorous bats.
RACHEL HAMILTON, B.Sc. Virginia Tech, entered the M.Sc. programme in September 2010 and is studying bat activity along geographical features in Southern Ontario.
COLIN HAYWARD, B.Sc. University of Guelph, entered the M.Sc. programme in September 2010 and is studying ecosystem services and conservation of the endemic Jamaican fig-eating bat, Ariteus flavescens.
MEREDITH JANTZEN, B.Sc. Texas Christian University, entered the M.Sc. programme in May 2010 and is studying bat activity from a landscape perspective in order to improve future wind power planning.
LIAM McGUIRE, B.Sc. Carleton, entered the M.Sc. programme at UWO in September 2006, transfered to the Ph.D. programme in May 2008 and is studying the physiological ecology of bat migration.
SANDRA PETERS, B.Sc. M.FS. Toronto, entered Ph. D. programme at UWO in September 2004, and is studying responses of bats to forestry operations.
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November 4, 2010
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