Joining the Lab




We typically have about a dozen full-time graduate students and technicians in the lab, and I have to say we all get along very well.  If you are interested in generating knowledge that will help governments manage our lakes wisely; if you can swim and drive; if you’d rather be in a canoe than at a computer, in Muskoka rather than in a mall;  if you’re keen to work at the forefront of applied ecological research in Canada,  and, if you have decided, whatever your age,  that you need a graduate degree,  then drop by the lab in Toronto (Lumbers room 212) for a conversation about opportunities.   We are currently funded to work in all of the research areas described under "Research"



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