[tugs] GIS positions & New Physical Geography Professor!

  • From: TUGS - Toronto Undergraduate Geography Society <r.tchoukaleyska@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: TUGSGeneral <tugsgeneral@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 17:51:50 -0400


GIS Positions:

The following are job vacancies available at the Toronto and Region
Conservation Authority. Description of the same can be accessed by clicking
on the hyperlink provided below each job title.  




To: everyone 
From: Department of Geography
Re: Physical Geography Hire 

Please welcome Dr. Sarah Finkelstein who has accepted our offer to 
join the department as an Assistant Professor on January 1, 2006. 
Sarah will be completing an NSERC Post-Doc at the University of 
Ottawa between now and next January. 

Sarah is no stranger to the department having completed her Ph.D. 
here in 2004. She has core research interests in paleoecology 
(palynology, diatoms, etc.) and, in particular, the links between 
Holocene climate change, hydrologic variability and plant community 
responses. In addition to hydroclimate-vegetation interactions, Sarah 
has interests in identifying human impacts on vegetation dynamics. 
While her Ph.D. work dealt with southern Ontario environments, she is 
now moving into strategic research questions in the Canadian Arctic. 

Over the next few years Sarah will be teaching in the undergraduate 
and graduate programs in a combination of courses including 
introduction to physical geography, biogeography, field methods and 
advanced paleoecology. 

Please welcome Sarah when she arrives next January!

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Roza Tchoukaleyska

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