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Spatial Information Systems Lab

All current students and staff are housed in the Spatial Information Systems (SIS) lab and can be reached at (780) 492-2540
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Jaime Sebastian Azcona
PhD student, 2015 to
2018
Postdoc, 2019 to present

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Climate adaptation of white spruce and lodgepole pine: from phenotypes to genomes.
PhD: Supervisor: Uwe Hacke, co-supervisor: Andreas Hamann
Postdoc: Supervisor: Barb Thomas, co-supervisor: Andreas Hamann


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Dante Castellanos Acuna
PhD student, 2015 to
present

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Climate data and bioclimate envelope models for Mexico and South Amercia.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


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Nadele Flynn
PhD student, 2017 to present

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Predicting climate change resilience in the Yukon at multiple scales: from biological response to site and ecosystem classifications.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


Picture NSERC/Create Northern Programs scholarship 2017-2020 ($54K), Northern Scientific Training Program Grant 2018, 2019 ($5K), UofA Northern Research Award 2018, 2019 ($5K), Student Presentation Award CONFORWest 2018 Conference, POLAR Northern Resident Scholarship 2018 ($10K)

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Zihaohan Sang
MF/MSc student, 2017 to present

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The climatological niche space of North American trees and ecosystems from the last glacial maximum to present.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


Picture TRANSFOR-M international dual degree student, William H. McCardell Memorial Scholarship in Forest Science ($2K).

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Lauren Sinclair
MSc student, 2017 to present

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Drought adaptation of white spruce across the continent: physiology, phenology and field performance.
Supervisor: Uwe Hacke, Co-Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


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Ugbaad Kosar
MF/MSc student, 2017 to present

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Lodgepole pine grown as an introduced species in Europe: risks versus benefits.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


Picture TRANSFOR-M International Dual Degree Scholarship ($3K), Renewable Resources Recruitment Award ($3K), University of Alberta Study Abroad Award ($4K).

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Logan Purdy
MF/MSc student, 2017 to present

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Validation of remotely sensed land surface phenology with leafing and flowering records from a citizen science network.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann, Co-Supervisor: Elisabeth Beaubien


Picture TRANSFOR-M international dual degree student, University of Alberta Study Abroad Award 2017 ($4K), College of Alberta Professional Foresters Graduate Award 2017 ($2.5K)

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Vinicius Goncalves Manvailer
PhD student, 2018 to present

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Dendroclimatology approaches to assess the resilience of South American forest tree species to climate change.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


Picture CAPES International Graduate Stipend 2018-2022 ($120K), University of Alberta Recruitment Award 2018 ($10K)

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Ashley Hynes
MF/MSc student, 2018 to present

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Stable isotope analysis of tree rings to identify drought resilient spruce populations.
Supervisor: Andreas Hamann


Picture TRANSFOR-M international dual degree student, Renewable Resources Recruitment Award 2018 ($3K), Indigenous Graduate Student Award 2018 ($15K).





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