The thesis-based MScF is a research-oriented degree designed to give graduates a firm foundation in the process of scientific enquiry. Most research projects are undertaken in one or more of the biophysical forest sciences, but social science research may also play a part.
The following is a list of research areas you may be interested in. You are encouraged to contact the potential supervisors linked to each of the research areas to discuss the availability of specific research projects, positions, and funding. Once you have decided to apply, please submit an official application at Applying to Graduate Studies | Lakehead University
Plant Physiological Ecology: responses to climate change, tree migration, photosynthesis, water relations, plant environmental physiology- Dr. Qing-Lai Dang