Dr. Rob Rempel
Centre for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research, OMNR Adjunct
HBSc University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC
MSc, PhD University of Waterloo, Waterloo ON
Landscape ecology; spatial ecology; systems modeling; large scale ecology; forest songbirds; moose; natural disturbance; sustainable forest management; riparian ecology.
Rempel, R.S., J. Baker, P.C. Elkie, M.J. Gluck, J. Jackson, R.S. Kushneriuk, T. Moore, and A.H. Perera. 2007. Forest policy scenario analysis: sensitivity of songbird community to changes in forest cover amount and configuration. Avian Conservation and Ecology - Ecologie et conservation des oiseaux 2(1): 5[online] URL: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol2/iss1/art5/
Rempel, R.S. 2007. Selecting Focal Songbird Species for Biodiversity Conservation Assessment: Response to Forest Cover Amount and Configuration. Avian Conservation and Ecology - Ecologie et conservation des oiseaux 2(1): 5 [online] URL: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol2/iss1/art6/
Kimmins, J.P., Rempel, R.S., Welham, C.V.J., Seely, B., and VanRees, K.C.J. 2007. Biophysical sustainability, process-based monitoring and forest ecosystem management decision support systems. Forestry Chronicle 83:502-514.
Kimmins, J.P., Welham, C., Seely, B., Meitner, M., Rempel, R., and Sullivan, T. 2005. Science in forestry: why does it sometimes disappoint or even fail us? Forestry Chronicle 81: 723-734.
Rempel, R.S., Hobson, K.A., Holborn, G., Van Wilgenburg, S.L., and Elliott, J. 2005. Bioacoustic monitoring of forest songbirds: interpreter variability and effects of configuration and digital processing methods in the laboratory. Journal of Field Ornithlogy 76: 1-11.
Rempel, R.S., Andison, D.W., and Hannon, S.J. 2004. Guiding principles for developing an indicator and monitoring framework. Forestry Chronicle 80: 82-90.