School of Environmental Studies (joint appointment to Geography)
PDF, University of Alberta (Biological Sciences)
PhD, University of Alberta (Environmental Biology and Ecology)
MES, Wilfrid Laurier University (Geography and Environmental Studies)
BES, University of Waterloo (Environment and Resource Studies)
ENSC 320 – Wildlife Issues in a Changing World
ENSC 430 – Honours Project in Environmental Sustainability
GPHY 102 – Earth System Science
GPHY 318 – Advanced Biogeography
GPHY 418 – Landscape Ecology
GPHY 818 – Graduate Seminar in Landscape Ecology
My research currently falls into two broad areas. Please visit my website (http://www.geog.queensu.ca/danby) for details:
Representative publications include:
Conway AJ & Danby RK. 2014. Recent advance of forest ecotones in southwest Yukon grasslands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44: 509-520.
Danby RK. 2011. Monitoring forest-tundra ecotones at multiple scales. Geography Compass 5: 623-640.
Danby RK & Hik DS. 2007. Variability, contingency and rapid change in recent subarctic alpine treeline dynamics. Journal of Ecology 95: 352-363.
Danby RK & Slocombe DS. 2005. Regional ecology, ecosystem geography, and transboundary protected areas in the St. Elias Mountains. Ecological Applications 15: 405-422.
Danby RK, Hik DS, Slocombe DS & Williams A. 2003. Science and the St. Elias: an evolving framework for sustainability in North America's highest mountains. The Geographical Journal 169: 191-204.
Graduate Student Projects in ENSC
Achla Joshi – Distribution, associations, and growth of range edge tree species on the Frontenac Arch, Ontario
Claire Kryzcka – Extending concepts and practice of state of the environment reporting to Biosphere Reserves
Robyn Laing – Vegetation changes on the summer range of the Kluane/Burwash caribou herd, southwest Yukon
Michelle Mazzocato - Response of subalpine forests to spruce bark beetle disturbance in southwest Yukon
Clay McMullen – Historical forest ecology of the Frontenac Arch, eastern Ontario
Lyn Garrah – Wildlife road mortality on the Thousand Islands Parkway in southeastern Ontario (completed 2012)
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