The Arthropod Ecology lab is a busy place. It has desks, computers, and microscopes. Often, when walking into the lab, you see lots of students looking into microscopes:
Here are the current graduate students in the Arthropod Ecology Laboratory, at McGill University:
Gail MacInnis (PhD) is interested in how bee diversity affects the yield and quality of agricultural food crops, with a particular focus on pollen deposition and foraging behaviour. She is co-supervised by Jessica Forrest at University of Ottawa.
Shaun Turney (PhD) is studying terrestrial-based arctic food webs. Shaun can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elyssa Cameron (MSc) is studying how the biodiversity of arthropods might match the diversity of ecosites present around Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Elyssa can be reached at: email@example.com
Chris Cloutier (MSc) is studying the temporal and spatial patterns of mosquito communities at the Morgan Arboretum, near Macdonald Campus. Chris is co-supervised by Dr. Jim Fyles (Dept. Natural Resource Sciences). He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Loboda (PhD) is studying high Arctic communities of Muscidae flies, with a particular focus on long-term changes to their assemblages. Sarah is co-supervised by Dr. Jade Savage (Bishop’s University). Sarah can be reached at: email@example.com