Natural Resources Canada Ecosystems Impact
1219 Queen Street East, 03th Floor, Room: J381A
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario P6A 2E5
Kim Chapman has been working on the Canadian Forest Ecosystem Classification project as a forest ecologist since 2005. Prior to this she worked with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources on a study of large-scale photography for ecosystem inventory, and at a much finer scale, a study of root forms of jack pine relating to stem quality. Her work with CFS began as a student in 1993, working on spruce budworm ecology. She holds a BSc, Biology degree from the University of Victoria (1996) and a MRM (Master of Resource Management) degree from Simon Fraser University (2002). Kim's other interests including riding bikes, skiing, hiking and canoeing.
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