Tanya works with Environment and Climate Change Canada. Together we work on understanding population dynamics of queensnake (Regina septemvittata)
Mark and I work on flies and use this model system to understand the interplay between genotypes and the environment in the context of habitat loss, fragmentation and climate change
Rob and I have worked together on understanding animal personalities in salmonids and the implication of personalities on dispersal
Marco and I work together on applying movement models to data in a range of organisms, from fishes to flies.
Marla is currently my supervisor for my post doc position at University of Toronto. we are currently sampling flies (Drosophila malanogaster) to investigate genes for dispersal
Trevor and I work together to build partial-differential equations to understand how individual differences in behaviour interact with environmental factors such as temperature and weather
Juliano and I collaborate together to understand how density-dependent effects influence population dynamics and evolution
Christina and I collaborate on understanding the population-genetic structure of the endangered queensnake (Regina septemvittata)