Research Profiles


Katrina Ann Moser
Associate Professor, Department of Geography
NSERC University Faculty Award
Ph.D., McMaster University, Geography
M.Sc., McMaster, Hamilton, Geography
B.Ed., Queen's, Kingston, Education
B.Sc. (Hons.) Queen's, Kingston, Geology

Dr. Moser’s uses paleolimnological (the study of lake sediments) techniques to research issues of water quality and quantity. She has worked on arctic, boreal, alpine, desert and Ontario lakes. Dr. Moser’s research has appeared in numerous publications such as, Journal of Paleolimnology, Geological Society of America Special Papers, Hydrobiologia, Canadian Journal of Botany, Nature, Quaternary Science Reviews, among others. She has been an invited presenter at such conferences as the Geological Society of America, The Association of American Geographers, and The International Limnogeology Congress, and has participated in many national and international conferences. She has taught many courses in Geography including global change, limnology, paleolimnolgy, paleoecology, biogeography and climate change. Dr. Moser has been on Western’s Honour Roll for teaching and was nominated for the Superior Teaching Award in the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science at the University of Utah.

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