Dr. Rooney just returned from presenting at a Cumulative Environmental Management Association Integrated Task Group info session on monitoring biodiversity as part of oil sands mine reclamation. While there, she had a request for the handbook and companion video that she co-authored, which describes in detail how to apply the multi-metric assessment tools she and colleagues at the University of Alberta designed for reclaimed wetland monitoring and evaluation.
Dr. Rooney is in Missoula, Montana this week for the North American Congress for Conservation Biology, where she will be presenting an invited talk as part of the Symposium titled More than Keystone: Newest Insights on Emerging Broadscale Threats from Oil Sands Development in Canada and the US,organized by Maureen Ryan. Dr.
You can listen in as Dr. Rooney describes the outcomes of the Symposium hosted at the University of Waterloo last week to explore the future of research and University relations for the Experimental Lakes Area. The link to the online player is here.