University of Alberta
Forest Biology and Management
University of Alberta, Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science
Unit 23, 10240 Kingsway Avenue
Graduate studies in the Department of Renewable Resources encompass the broad spectrum of scientific and management applications regarding natural and managed landscapes. Areas of interest include: agroecosystem modelling, conservation biology, environmental policy, environmental science, forest biology, forest ecology, forest fire management, forest genetics, forest harvesting/operations, forest hydrology, forest measurements/biometrics, forest pathology, forest plant physiology, forest policy, forest resource management, mineralogy, nutrient cycling, protected area management, range management, reclamation, remote sensing, silviculture, social forestry, soil biology, soil chemistry, soil classification, soil fertility, soil genesis, soil physics, water resources, wildland recreation and interpretation, wildlife management, and wood science.