I am a field ecologist with particular interest in interactions between birds and intertidal communities. The bulk of my research focuses on stopover ecology of migrating shorebirds, community-level interactions among intertidal invertebrates, and top-down and bottom-up effects in marine systems. Honours and graduate students are heavily involved in all aspects of my research.
I enjoy teaching a broad range of biological subjects, with a particular interest in quantitative field ecology and statistics and experimental design.
Additional information about my work can be found on my personal website.
B.Sc. McGill (1990)
M.Sc. University of Western Ontario (1992)
Ph.D. University of Guelph (1997)
Biology 4711 - Advanced Design and Statistical Analysis, Fall