Contact Information, Directions & QUBS Personnel
For contact information and directions to our Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre, see here.
Fax: 613-533-6617 (Please be sure to indicate 'QUBS' in the message as this is a shared FAX line)
Mailing and Courier Address:
Queen's University Biological Station
280 Queen's University Road
RR #1, Elgin, Ontario K0G 1E0
From the east:
Off Hwy 15, take Chaffey's Lock Rd (turning west), go through the village of Chaffey's Lock, cross the Rideau Canal Bridge, go west approx. 2km past Indian Lake Rd and turn left onto Queen's University Rd.
From the west:
From Perth Rd, turn right (east) onto Opinicon Rd. (just north of Perth Road Village), follow road for approx. 20km; then turn right onto Queen's University Rd.
Please drive to the end of Queen's University Rd. where you will find a parking lot. After parking proceed to the Raleigh J. Robertson Biodiversity Centre where the offices of the Director and Manager are.
|Name||Position and Bio|
Dr. Stephen C. Lougheed
Director. Baillie Family Chair in Conservation Biology
Professor in Biology and Environmental Studies, who uses genetics, genomics and spatial ecology to help understand origins of species and impacts of human activities on species of conservation concern. Works and teaches all over the world spanning Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America.
|Dr. Shelley Arnott||
Professor in Biology and aquatic ecologist who investigates the effect of local environmental conditions and regional connectivity on community composition and function. She uses a combination of lake surveys and field mesocosm experiments to determine how zooplankton communities respond to environmental changes that result from the spread of invasive species, climate change, aqueous calcium decline, and acidification.
BSc (Hons) Biology at Queen's in '73. MSc Biology at Queen's in '76. Interests in small mammal/predatory birds, inhabitants of specialized habitats (eg. pitcher plant inquilines) and lately fish populations and behaviour and the intersection of human activities and fisheries. Great interest in land, land preservation and management and cultural influences. Active on local heritage committee (Chaffey's Lock and Area Heritage Society) and founding director of Rideau Waterway Land Trust. Manager and Senior Instructor at QUBS last 39 years.
Assistant Manager, QUBS
Graduate of Environmental Studies (MES) at Queens University. Andrew's career path has lead him from CFS Alert (the worlds most northern inhabited community situated in Canada's high Arctic) where he worked on the stations environmental portfolio to working with the Canadian Public Service as an Environmental Safety Officer. In 2008, Andrew was awarded the "Frozen Chosen Award" which is given to exemplary staff who show leadership and commitment to Canada's mission in the North.
Manager, Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre
Formally trained as a biologist (M.Sc. Zoology), then followed a career path as an environmental consultant and land use planner. Came to Queen's with several years experience with provincial park operations, including natural heritage education and nature reserve stewardship. Active community volunteer, involved with our local land conservancy and field naturalists groups.
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QUBS Executive Committee
|Name||Position and Affiliation|
|Stephen Lougheed||Professor, Biology & Environmental Studies, Queen's University|
|Shelley Arnott||Associate Professor, Biology, Queen's University|
|Paul Martin||Associate Professor, Biology, Queen's University.|
|Frank Phelan||Manager, Queen's University Biological Station.|
|Carolyn Bonta||Manager, Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre.|
|Katherine Muma||Instructor, Biology, Ithaca College, Ithaca NY. Representative for non-Queen's station users.|
|Amanda Tracey||Graduate Representative, PhD student, Biology, Queen's University.|