HBSc, MSc Lakehead University, Thunder Bay ON
Beaver Ecology and Management, Fur-bearer Ecology and Management, Wildlife and Forestry Habitat Relationships and Management.
Certified Wildlife Biologist (CWB); Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM); Registered Fur Trapper; Member of the Ontario Fur Managers Federation and the Northwestern Fur Trappers Association, Inc., Chair Dog River Matawin Citizens Advisory Committee (DRMCAC)
- Biology 3219 Evolutionary History of the Vertebrates
- Biology 4211 Mammalogy
- Biology 4231 Ornithology
Barnes, D.M. 2009. Food habits of northern Canadian gray wolves during the ice-free season. In prep.
Barnes, D.M. 2006. Possible tool use by beavers in a northern Ontario watershed. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 119(3): 441-443.
Barnes, D.M., and Mallik, A.U. 2001. Effects of beaver, Castor canadensis, herbivory on streamside vegetation in a northern Ontario watershed. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 115: 9-21.
Barnes, D.M. 1997. Those "dam" beavers. Central Woodlands. 1(2): 28-30.
Barnes, D.M., and Mallik, A.U. 1997. Habitat factors influencing beaver dam establishment in a northern Ontario watershed. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61(4): 1371-1377.
Barnes, D.M., and Mallik, A.U. 1996. Use of woody plants in construction of beaver dams in northern Ontario. Can. J. Zool. 74: 1782-1786.