This month co-hosts Paulina and Rachel will share a bit about their research at Queen's University. Despite working in the same lab and measuring (thousands of!) the same trees over the summer field season, Paulina and Rachel are looking at very different things.
Paulina taking a selfie at the Petawawa Research Forest (July 2017)
So join us for our monthly social, and hear about Paulina's work modelling carbon accumulation and Rachel's work looking at songbird habitat. Paulina's work focuses on predicting carbon accumulation using three different techniques- traditional plot based methods, LiDAR methods, as well as light-use efficiency methods. Rachel is using lidar-derived structural variables and songbird surveys to identify forest habitat used by species of conservation interest.
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