Professor Adamowski is a member of the Department of Bioresource Engineering, the Liliane and David M. Stewart Scholar in Water Resources, Director of the Integrated Water Resources Management Program, and Interim Director of the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management. His research interests lie in adaptive, collaborative and integrated water resources management; modeling and forecasting of non-linear and non-stationary hydro-meteorological time series.
jan.adamowski [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Professor Dumont is a member of the Department of Bioresource Engineering, and Co-Director of the Integrated Food and Bioprocessing Masters (non-thesis) Program (IFB). Her research forcusses on the characterization and potential use of bio-based polymers from proteins, starch, vegetable oils, and cellulosic feedstock.
marie-josee.dumont [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Professor Hickey is a member of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences. His research interests focus on the sustainability of the natural environment. In particular, natural resource policy, regulation and assessment, associated international development programs and forest management. His research draws upon numerous disciplines to integrate science-based knowledge with socio-economic considerations. This is done to inform strategic decision-making at a range of scales and support innovative resource-based policies.
gordon.hickey [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Professor Lefsrud is a member of the Department of Bioresource Engineering. His research focus is on the development of bioprocesses and improvements in plant growth environmental energy usage. His research concentrates on the development and improvement of new sources of biomass (food, fibre and/or fuel); the improvement of energy efficiency of greenhouses and plant growth environments (light (LEDs) and heating systems); and the development of a proteomic system for monitoring of microorganisms and plants.
mark.lefsrud [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
Professor Whalen is a member of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences. Her research focuses on soil ecology and fertility, particularly in agro-ecosystems. Her research interests include soil organic matter and nutrient dynamics, the ecology and spatial distribution of lumbrid earthworms and nutrient management practices for optimal crop production and environmental protection.
joann.whalen [at] mcgill.ca (Email )