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About zgedalof

Coring trees and converting MGs in Guelph, Ontario.

Environmental Change Affects Maple Trees

CEDaR student Laura Benakoun was featured in an at Guelph article: http://atguelph.uoguelph.ca/2014/05/environmental-change-affects-maple-trees/ Advertisements

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CEDaR Lab Representation at AAG 2014

At the beginning of April, Theresa Dinh (MSc candidate) and Vanessa Stretch (PhD candidate) left the cold, long, grey winter of southern Ontario to present their work on wildfire in the Alberta Rocky Mountains at the 2014 AAG annual meeting … Continue reading

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Shameless Self Promotion

After eight years of procrastination, Marlow Pellatt (Parks Canada and Simon Fraser University) and I finally published our thoughts on Garry oak ecosystems.  The paper is open access so you can get it for free from here: Environmental change in … Continue reading

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CEDaR Student Publications!

CEDaR student Laura Benakoun and CEDaR affiliate Benjamin Hook both published papers in the the journal Tree Ring Research. Laura’s paper came out of work that she did at the 2012 North American Dendroecological Field week. Benjamin’s paper describes a … Continue reading

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“Expert” commentary on the Rim fire in Yosemite

Apparently Ze’ev was the only forest ecologist in Canada to show up for work today.  I spent the afternoon emailing a Global Media reporter about the Rim fire in California, and here’s what came out of it: http://globalnews.ca/news/802861/giant-sequoia-will-rise-again-despite-severe-california-wildfire-expert/  It turns … Continue reading

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CEDaR Representation at CAG

CEDaR lab member Vanessa Stretch packed up and drove on out to the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in St. John’s, Newfoundland last week with a few fellow UofG geographers. She presented preliminary analyses of the tree-ring record of … Continue reading

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Road Trip to London

On Thursday, May 30th, the CEDaR lab took the new truck to London, Ontario, for a training session with research collaborator Katrina Moser.  We learned lots about rafts, the hazards of handling long metal poles in lightning storms, and the … Continue reading

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