Ryan Danby is an associate professor in the School of Environmental Studies and the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, where he teaches courses in landscape ecology, biogeography, wildlife conservation, and ecosystem management. Ryan is an expert in the study of ecosystem dynamics and habitat change in Arctic and alpine environments, and has conducted fieldwork in Northern Canada and Alaska since 1996. His research is highly interdisciplinary, and he works with government, first nations, land owners and other stakeholders to ensure its relevancy for planning and management.
In the summer of 2018 Ryan will be on a remote, six week trip into the bush for research on vegetation change and its causes and affects in the Bathurst Caribou range. You can follow Ryan and his crew here: RANGE CHANGE