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Honours posters and videos 2020

Department of Geography Honours Students 2020

Posters of thesis highlights and brief video presentations

Emma Bandia
Thesis Poster - Sustainable neighbourhoods and housing affordability in Canada: Is housing affordable in neighbourhoods with more favorable active living environments?
SupervisorMylene Riva
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Arzen Chan
Thesis Poster - Drawing the Commute: Application of Drawing and Sketch Maps on the Mental Image and Perception of Commutes in Montréal.
Supervisor - Kevin Manaugh
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Ari Charles
Thesis poster - There Goes the Neighbourhood. The Social Role, Real and perceived of Two New Light Rail Lines in North America.
Supervisor - Kevin Manaugh.
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Michelle Cheng
Thesis Poster – What influences forest clearing decisions in shifting cultivation systems? Evidence from Western Amazonia
Supervisor – Oliver Coomes
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Michelle Kee
Thesis Poster- Writings on the Wall: An Investigation into Young Graffiti Writers’ Motivations, Meanings, and Strategies for Creation in Hanoi, Vietnam
Supervisor – Sarah Turner
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Annalise Hilts
Thesis poster - Examining Links between Total Factor Productivity Growth and National Food Supplies: Are there Implications for Food Security and Self-Sufficiency?
Supervisor - Graham MacDonald
Video Link - to come.

Julia Loach
Thesis poster - Female and Visible Minorities on Agencies, Boards, and Commissions in Ontario
Supervisor - Dr. Benjamin Forest
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Anna O’Driscoll
Thesis Poster – Assessing land cover and potential governance structures for the Bayano Carbon Project
Supervisors – Professor Catherine Potvin and Professor Yann le Polain de Waroux
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Josée Sabourin
Thesis Poster – Understanding Food Truck Mobility, Policy, and Social Media Use in Eugene, Boston, and Vancouver
Supervisor – Professor Kevin Manaugh
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Erin Wen
Thesis Poster – Reassessing “local”: The commodity chains of fruits and vegetables supplied to the Jean Talon and Atwater Markets
Supervisor – Professor Graham MacDonald
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William Xing
Thesis Poster – Evaluating the change in net CO2 exchange caused by flooding a black spruce forest through the creation of a hydroelectric reservoir
Supervisor – Professor Ian B. Strachan
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Link to Playlist of Thesis Presentations:

Link to Channel:

**videos are unlisted (accessible only with link) so will not appear on channel

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