April 10, 2014: RMES Student Symposium

AERL Theatre (room 120).  2:00pm to 4:30pm

The AERL building (Aquatic Ecosystems Research Laboratory) is located on 2202 Main Mall at UBC Vancouver.

Various UBC Resource Management and Environmental Studies (RMES) Master and PhD students discussing their research.

Symposium Agenda

 

List of presenters:

Allison Thompson, MSc

Thesis title: Exploring the influence of landscape factors on African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) movement: A statistical analysis

No video available for this presentation.

Paige Olmsted, PhD

Thesis title: Payments for Ecosystem Services: Money for Nothing, Politics for Free

No video available for this presentation.

David Maggs, PhD

Thesis title: Artists of the Floating World: Rethinking Art-Sustainability relations in the late days of Modernity

 See the video below for David Maggs’ presentation.

Julia Reckerman, MA

Thesis title: The human dimension: CIRS Pre-Occupancy Evaluation and Regenerative Possibilities

No video available for this presentation.

Sylvia Coleman, PhD

Thesis title: The Story of CIRS: the development of engagement, well-being and social practices in a regenerative building

No video available for this presentation.

Lisa Westerhoff, PhD

Thesis title: Practicing sustainability  – an exploration of Southeast False Creek as a “model sustainable community”

No video available for this presentation.