Adjuncts and Associate Members (in alphabetical order)

Dr Chris Barrington-Leigh 

Associate member - Economics of well-being; economics of climate change policy. (1) Use of subjective well-being (life satisfaction) data to understand policy outcomes and implications for sustainability. Economic theory and econometrics related to relative-income preferences, etc. (2) Street-network sprawl: GIS-intensive analysis of global trends in residential street networks, implication for transportation, climate, and planning.

Dr. Asim Biswas

doug.crump [at] (Dr. Doug Crump) - Research Biologist, National Wildlife Research Centre, Environment Canada (Ottawa, ON). Development and application of biochemical and molecular biological methods to investigate the effects of environmental contaminants and complex mixtures on avian wildlife. This involves the use of in vitro (cell culture) and in ovo (egg injection) approaches to identify toxic mechanisms of action with the ultimate goal of linking subtle molecular/biochemical changes with adverse phenotypic outcomes. Applied ecotoxicological field research is also conducted across the Great Lakes to determine the health status of colonial waterbird populations occupying variably-contaminated breeding sites.

Dr. Kimberly Fernie

Dr. David Green - Redpath Museum, McGill

charles.greer [at] (Dr. Charles W. Greer) - National Research Council of Canada. Study of the microbial ecology and activity of bacteria involved in the degradation of organic pollutants (petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated organics, explosives), the development and application of molecular techniques to survey and monitor their population densities in contaminated environments and their responses to stress and stimulation. Evaluation of efficacy and optimization of bio-remediation technologies (ex situ, in situ, natural attenuation, phytoremediation) for the treatment of contaminated sites.

Suren Kulshreshtha

Dr. Christopher Solomon

Dr. Ian Strachan - The controls on trace gas exchange (e.g. CO2) between ecosystems and the atmosphere – especially those ecosystems that have been modified or are managed through human activity.

geoffrey.sunahara [at] (Dr. Geoffrey Sunahara) - environmental toxicologist, and Senior Research Officer and the Group Leader of Applied Ecotoxicology at NRC’s Biotechnology Research Institute. He researches exposure- and effects-assessment of various toxic and persistent pollutants. He has >80 publications and holds academic joint appointments at McGill and Concordia. Dr. Sunahara has served on several editorial boards, and was the Lead Editor of a recent ecotoxicology book "Environmental Analysis of Contaminated Sites". He has participated on expert advisory committees for Environment Canada, NSERC, SERDP, and US-EPA research projects. Dr. Sunahara has led a number of high revenue multi-disciplinary collaborations.


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