Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Department of Biology
Liber Ero Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Advisory Team: Adam Ford, Jodi Hilty, Alison Woodley, Bruce Passmore, Chris Miller, Douglas Olson, Leif Olson, Omair Chaudhry, Dan Kraus
Research focus: The use of local climate change differences to reduce species’ extinction risk
2012 - 2016
University of Ottawa, Dean’s Scholarship
Advisor: Jeremy T. Kerr
Dissertation: Climate change impacts on biodiversity
MSc, Biology (transferred to PhD)
University of Ottawa
Advisor: Jeremy T. Kerr
Research focus: Effects of climate change on species distributions
Queen’s University, Dean’s Honour List with distinction
Advisors: John Theberge (University of Waterloo) and Peter Boag (Queen’s University)
Research focus: Species-specific variation in howling of wolves
Coristine, L., Jacob, A., Schuster, R., Otto, S., Baron, N.E., Bennett, N.J., Bittick, S.J., Dey, C., Favaro, B., Ford, A., Nowlan, L., Orihel, D., Palen, W., Polfus, J., Shiffman, D.S., Venter, O., and S. Woodley (in press). Informing Canada’s commitment to biodiversity conservation: A science-based framework to help guide protected areas designation through Target 1 and beyond. FACETS.
Coristine, L., Soroye, P., Soares, R., Robillard, C. and J.T. Kerr. 2016. Dispersal limitation, climate change, and practical tools for butterfly conservation in intensively used landscapes. Natural Areas Journal. 36 (4): 440-452, DOI: 10.3375/043.036.0410 View Publication
Coristine, L., and J.T. Kerr. 2015. Climate-induced geographical shifts among passerines: contrasting processes along poleward and equatorward range margins. Ecology and Evolution. 5 (22): 5162-5176, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1683 View Publication
Robillard, C., Coristine, L., Soares, R., and J.T. Kerr. 2015. Facilitating climate‐change‐induced range shifts across continental land‐use barriers. Conservation Biology. 29 (6): 1586-1595, DOI:10.1111/cobi.12556 View Publication
Coristine, L., Robillard, C., Kerr, J.T., LaPointe, D., O’Connor, C., and S.J. Cooke. 2014. A conceptual framework for conservation physiology: bridging research and application. Conservation Physiology, DOI:10.1093/conphys/cou033 View Publication
Coristine, L., and J.T. Kerr. 2011. Habitat loss, climate change, and their implications for the conservation of biodiversity in Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (5): 435–451. View Publication
Coristine, L., Acheson, E., Pindar, A., Plowright, A., Robillard, C., Soares, R., and J.T. Kerr (submitted). Potential policy considerations for climate change mitigation when expanding protected area networks. Policy Options.
Coristine, L., Acheson, E., Galpern, P., Pindar, A., Plowright, A., Robillard, C., Soares, R., Zuolaga, J., and J.T. Kerr (in revision). Climate change exposure: a new technique to identify areas with lower rates and variability of climate change at continental scales. Weather and Climate Extremes.
Coristine, L. 2001. Midhurst District Natural Heritage Strategy. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources: Owen Sound Area Office, Midhurst District.
Coristine, L. 2001. Multiple fact sheets on wetlands, areas of natural and scientific interest, and species at risk. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources: Owen Sound Area Office, Midhurst District.
Jalava, J.V., R. Gray, and L. Coristine. 2000. Nottawasaga Lookout Provincial Life Science ANSI Boundary Revision. Site Inspection Report, August 24, 2000. Natural Heritage Information Centre, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Peterborough, Ontario.
Lee, M., J. Langlois, and L. Coristine. 2000. Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Initiative: A2A interdisciplinary research workshop proceedings and conclusions. Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Ottawa Valley Chapter, Ottawa (specialized publication).
Pither, J., L. Coristine, and A. Quinlan (Eds). 2000. A Discussion Paper for the Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Initiative Interdisciplinary Research Workshop, October 21-22, 2000, Queen’s University Biological Station (specialized publication).
Coristine, L.E. 2000. Analysis of species-specific variation in wolf howls. BScH thesis, Queens University.
Coristine, L., Jacob, A., Schuster, R., Otto, S., Baron, N.E., Bennett, N.J., Bittick, S.J., Dey, C., Favaro, B., Ford, A., Nowlan, L., Orihel, D., Palen, W., Pittman, J., Polfus, J., Shiffman, D.S., Venter, O., and S. Woodley. August 16, 2017. Informing Canada’s commitment to biodiversity conservation: A science-based framework to help guide protected areas designation through Target 1 and beyond. Executive summary and white paper submitted to Canada Pathway to Target 1 National Advisory Panel, Indigenous Circle of Experts, and Steering Committee.
Ford, A. T., Coristine, L., Davies, K., Flockhart, T., Jacob, A., Palen, W., Pittman, J., Schuster, R., Orihel, D., and Otto, S. December 21, 2016. Improving environmental assessment in Canada. Letter to Minister Catherine McKenna providing input on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act reform.
Coristine, L. October 28, 2016. Including climate in protected areas: promoting biodiversity under climate change with Legislative and regulatory recommendations. Submission to Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development for Federal Protected Areas and Conservation Objectives at the request of Deb Schulte.
Coristine, L. October 27, 2016. Climate refugia and protected areas planning in Canada. Policy brief submitted to Will Amos, Liberal representative for Pontiac riding.
Coristine, L. October 25, 2016. Climate change exposure and the implications for land-use planning. Policy Brief presented to select members of the All-Party-climate change caucus including Francois Choquette - NDP representative for Drummond, Monique Pauze -BQ representative for Repentigny, and Richard Cannings -NDP representative for South Okanagan-West Kootenay.
Coristine, L., J. Pittman, R. Schuster. October 11, 2016. Early-career researchers in Canada’s science-policy landscape: barriers and opportunities [Op-ed]. Canadian Science Policy Centre. Available at: www.sciencepolicy.ca
Acheson, E., Bordt, M., Chedrese, M.V., Copage, M., Coristine, L., Demers, S., Kebo, S., Lafrenière, M., and A. Wong. 2013. Science and Society: Emerging agendas for citizens and the sciences. Institute for Science, Society and Policy. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.
Coristine, L. E. “Petition to the Legislative Assembly Requesting Protective Measures for the Algonquin Wolves.” June 14, 2000. Legislative Assembly of Ontario, First Session, 37th Parliament, Hansard Records. Presented by John Gerretsen.
Coristine, L. Designing the “scientific” paper of the future. Canadian Science Policy Conference. November 2, 2017, Ottawa, Ontario (moderator and panel speaker)
Coristine, L., Soroye, P., Soares, R., Robillard, C. and J.T. Kerr. Climate connectivity symposium: Dispersal Limitation, Climate Change, and Practical Tools for Connectivity in Intensively Used Landscapes. The Wildlife Society. September 25, 2017, Albuquerque, New Mexico (invited speaker).
Coristine. L. Pathway to Canada Target 1: Local Government Parks and Other Effective Area-Based Conservation Measures. British Columbia Regional Parks Workshop. September 22, 2017, Kelowna, British Columbia (invited speaker).
Coristine, L. Early-warning detection of risk through global change data integration for Indigenous communities. United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, A Regional Summit on the Contribution of Earth Observations. September 5, 2017, Buenos Aires, Argentina (invited speaker).
Coristine, L., Soroye, P., Soares, R., Robillard, C. and J.T. Kerr. Dispersal limitation, climate change, and practical tools for butterfly conservation in intensively used landscapes. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, 12th annual meeting. May 10 2017, Victoria, British Columbia.
Coristine, L. Climate change impacts on species and the interactions with extent and intensity of human land-use. Guest lecturer: EVDS626 Landscape ecology and planning, November 8, 2016, University of Calgary.
Coristine, L. Climate change impacts on species. PhD pre-thesis defense seminar, August 29, 2016, University of Ottawa.
Coristine, L., Acheson, E., Galpern, P., Pindar, A., Plowright, A., Robillard, C., Soares, R., Zuolaga, J., and J.T. Kerr. Reducing risk with relative refugia. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, 11th annual meeting. July 8 2016, St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Coristine, L., Catullo, R., Ferrier, S., Galpern, P., Plowright, A., Mooers, A., and J.T. Kerr. Identifying climate refugia. International Conference in Conservation Biology, 27th International Conference. August 2-6, 2015, Montpellier, France.
Coristine, L. Songbird ranges’ squeezed by climate change. Invited speaker: National Wildlife Research Centre, May 11, 2016. Ottawa, Ontario.
Kerr, J.T., Debinski, D., Taylor-Pindar, A., Galpern, P., and M. Larrivee (presented by Coristine, L.). Climate and land use change impacts on pollinator conservation: looking forward by looking back. CanadenSys CFI grant workshop. February 19-20 2015, Montreal, Quebec.
Coristine, L. Defining climate refugia: application to protected areas in North America. Graduate seminar, February 3, 2015, University of Ottawa.
Coristine, L., Catullo, R., Ferrier, S., Galpern, P., Plowright, A., Mooers, A., and J.T. Kerr. 2014. Do climate refugia mitigate local extinction for bird species during climate change? Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, 9th annual meeting. May 25-28, 2014, Montreal, Québec.
Coristine, L. Spatial issues in ecological research. BIO4150 Spatial Ecology, 2014. University of Ottawa.
Kerr, J. T. (presented by Coristine, L.). Ecosystem characteristics and scientific research. BIO2129 Ecology, 2014. University of Ottawa.
Kerr, J. T. (presented by Coristine, L.). Human population and ecological impacts. BIO2129 Ecology, 2013. University of Ottawa.
Coristine, L. Thermal limits, climate change and range margins. BIO3103 Alpine Ecology, 2013. Rocky Mountain Biological Research Station, Colorado, U.S.A.
Coristine, L., and J.T. Kerr. 2013. Thermal limits, range margins, and climate change pressure on passerine distribution. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution, 8th annual meeting. May 12-15, 2013, Kelowna, British Columbia.
Coristine, L. Tracking spatial and temporal changes in distribution: a case study of North American breeding bird response to climate change. BIO4150 Spatial Ecology, 2012. University of Ottawa.
Findlay, C. S. (presented by Coristine, L.). Habitat loss and fragmentation. BIO3115 Conservation Biology, 2012. University of Ottawa.
Coristine, L., and J.T. Kerr. 2011. Tracking climate: range shifts of North American passerines. 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology –Society for Conservation Biology. December 5-9, 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.
Coristine, L., and J. T. Kerr. 2011. Range shifts of North American bird species in response to climate change. Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology Annual Conference. April 28-29, 2011, Carleton University.
Findlay, C. S. (presented by Coristine, L.). Biodiversity: pattern and process. BIO3115 Conservation Biology, 2011. University of Ottawa.
Kerr, J. T., and L. Coristine. Habitat loss, climate change, and the evidence of their impacts on ecosystems and species at risk across Canada. Society for Conservation Biology, 24th Annual Meeting. July 3-7, 2010, Edmonton, Alberta.
Coristine, L. Climate change effects on ranges of North American birds. Graduate seminar, 2010. University of Ottawa.
Jan 2017 - Present
Integrated risk assessments and capacity development for Disaster Risk Management of floods
Collaborative partnership with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and Design + Environment.
Identifying ecological factors contributing to resilient communities among Canada’s First Nations, and developing capacity building toolkits for knowledge management in vulnerable First Nations communities.
April 2017 - Present
Liber Ero Mini-Retreat Conservation Prioritization Projects, Canmore Alberta
Research collaboration with a subset of 2016 Liber Ero Fellows on multi-threat conservation prioritization for: biodiversity (national scale – in review), ecosystem services (global scale - in preparation), and protected areas experiencing development pressure (local scale – planning stage).
Sept 2016 - Sept 2018
Liber Ero Fellowship: Building a climate change dispersal network for Canada’s protected areas
Research collaboration with private and non-governmental institutions, including: Nature Conservancy of Canada, The Nature Trust BC, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Yellowstone to Yukon, O2 Planning and Design. North America-wide research involves identifying sites with climate change attenuation, estimating climate change exposure for species-at-risk, and designing protected area networks that incorporate cross-scale assessments of climate change attenuation and climate connectivity.
May - Aug 2017
Galiano Workshop on Science for spaces and species: A framework to guide the designation of protected areas in Canada (Co-organizer)
Led project design, facilitation, and planning for a collaborative, multi-institutional research project on integrating science and evidence-based decision making into Canadian policy for protected areas expansion under the Convention on Biological Diversity 2020 (Canada Pathway to Target 1). This intensive six-day workshop brought together leading scientific, legal, and policy experts with a team of early-career and postdoctoral researchers.
Sept 2016 - present
SESYNC Workshop: How can Indigenous communities use climate change projections and assessments to prioritize scarce resources for adaptation and mitigation? (Co-Principal Investigator)
International 25-person workshop and research program to investigate social and ecological sustainability of Indigenous Communities under climate change scenarios. The multi-faceted project will advance a synthesis between Traditional Ecological Knowledge and scientific ecological knowledge through a (1) geospatial database with multiple forms of quantitative and qualitative data, (2) searchable tool database with tool development modules (3), and lay and scientific publications.
Sept 2013 - Aug 2015
Climate change attenuation sites and assessments of utility for biodiversity, group project
Project leader of a collaborative effort spanning multiple universities. Facilitated discussion on definitions and principle components that could inform an algorithm to identify contemporary sites demonstrating climate change attenuation characteristics across continental North America. Assessment of Bombus persistence and extinction within attenuation and non-attenuation sites.
Las Baulas del Marinos Parque Nacional, Costa Rica
Fieldwork monitoring of sea turtle population involving: nest relocations, hatchling release, and measurement and tagging of nesting females for leatherback sea turtle, black sea turtle and olive ridley.
June - Aug 1999
Algonquin wolf research study, Canada
Fieldwork involving field monitoring and data collection across southern Ontario for recordings of wolf pack vocalizations, and scat collection. Laboratory work involved preparation of samples and macrofossil identification of scat for dietary analysis. Prepping and morphological measurements of wolf skulls. Supervised by John Theberge.
|Liber Ero Postdoctoral Fellowship||2016-2018||$120,000|
|Student Travel Award, Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution||2016||$500|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2015-2016||$12,500|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2014-2015||$5,500|
|Ontario Graduate Scholarship||2014-2015||$15,000|
|University of Ottawa Excellence Scholarship||2014-2015||$8,000|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2013-2014||$5,500|
|Ontario Graduate Scholarship||2013-2014||$15,000|
|University of Ottawa Excellence Scholarship||2013-2014||$8,000|
|Student Travel Award, Society for Conservation Biology||2015||$1,000|
|Student Travel Award, University of Ottawa||2015||$750|
|Heather Glendinning McMurter Award||2013||$2,000|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2012-2013||$18,000|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2011-2012||$18,000|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2010-2011||$18,000|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Ottawa||2009-2010||$18,000|
2017 - 2018
SESYNC Workshop Indigenous communities: promoting social and ecological sustainability in the face of climate change
Co-PIs: Coristine, L. and Pittmann, J. + 25 participants
Description: Investigate the social and ecological sustainability of Indigenous Communities under climate change scenarios. The project will develop a geospatial database with quantitative and qualitative data, advance a synthesis for Traditional Ecological Knowledge and scientific ecological knowledge, and develop a publication and funding proposal for further research.
2017 - 2018
Transboundary Conservation Planning
Yellowstone-to-Yukon, The Nature Conservancy, Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Defenders of Wildlife, National Fish and Wildlife, Laura Coristine
Description: Generate a GIS dataset for the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor with updated science on connectivity and climate change, to direct transboundary corridor conservation efforts.
2017 - 2018
Restoring Climate Resilience for Forested Lowlands
Yellowstone-to-Yukon, Idaho Fish and Game, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and British Columbia Wildlife Management Area, Laura Coristine
Description: Restore ecological function to 250 acres of degraded forested lowland in Idaho to increase resilience to climate change - based on flood cycle restoration, wetland reconstruction, and topographic alterations to increase microrefugia.
2016 - 2018
Liber Ero Fellowship
Laura Coristine, Adam Ford, Jodi Hilty, Alison Woodley, Bruce Passmore, Chris Miller, Dan Kraus, Leanne Warmann, Doug Olson, Leif Olson, Omair Chaudry
Description: Research funds to conduct postdoctoral research on the climate change attenuation and protected area connectivity for biodiversity.
Feb. - April 2018
uO2.0 Mentoring Program, University of Ottawa
Mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students through the University of Ottawa. Help mentees develop transferable skills, professional networks, and introduce mentees to a professional setting related to their program.
Jan - Mar 2018
Advanced Leadership Training: Empowerment Dynamics
Methods to envision outcomes and assess individual and group perceptions in order to shift working group dynamics.
Jan - Mar 2018
Advanced Leadership Training: Empowerment Dynamics
Methods to envision outcomes and assess individual and group perceptions in order to shift working group dynamics.
Cultural Sensitivity Training
Effective ways to engage Indigenous and local communities in conservation research, including: diversity-inclusion, cross-cultural collaboration, legacy impacts, and the Sahtú region and Délı̨nę Dene language and orthography.
NISDR/NASA: Strengthening Disaster Risk Reduction across the Americas.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Invited delegate and panel speaker participating in disaster simulation exercise and informing discussions and break-out sessions to improve data flow, information transition, and response efficacy during natural disasters
Applied Remote Sensing Training, NASA
Materials covered include: fundamentals of remote sensing; using NASA remote sensing for disaster management; introduction to remote sensing for wildfire applications; NASA remote sensing observations for flood management; using NASA remote sensing for flood monitoring and management; introduction to synthetic aperture radar.
April - June 2017
Reviewer for the Canada Pathway to Target 1 National Advisory Panel Expert Task Teams on (1) Connectivity, and (2) Representativity
Reviewed two of seven expert task team reports submitted to the National Advisory Panel. Provided feedback, comments and documentation on climate change relevance to connectivity and representativity when identifying new protected areas.
Facilitation Training, Julian Griggs
Facilitation planning, tools, and strategies for conflict scenarios and non-neutral facilitation events. Topics included: group climate and norms, scoping and assessment, process design, managing group discussions, and interventions.
Emergency Management in First Nation Communities: Towards Resilience and Self Sufficiency
Invited delegate to Assembly of First Nations conference on mitigation of disasters.
Fundamentals of University Course Design, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary
Training in thinking and learning styles, learner analysis, designing learning objectives, developing assessment tools, and course alignment.
Identity in the Classroom and Instructor Impact, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary
Training in the impact of identity (e.g., gender, race/culture/ethnicity) on learning environment and student interactions, and strategies that use identity to create positive classroom dynamics.
United Nations: Fifth Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas. Montreal, Canada
Invited delegate informing discussions and break-out sessions in order to identify current and future disaster risk reduction solutions.
Liber Ero Research Workshop: building a climate change dispersal network
Organized, and facilitated a two-day multi-stakeholder workshop that included land trusts, environmental non-governmental organizations, private firms, and academics. Workshop objectives included: development of a common understanding for terminology, co-ordination of data requirements, identification of barriers and opportunities with respect to implementation of research (e.g. policy, GIS, data).
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution: workshop discussion group leader
Participant in a discussion panel (Jeremy Kerr, Rees Kassen, Jeannette Whitton, and myself) providing advice and feedback to university students on the topic, “How can scientists engage policymakers and influence policies?”
Research Matters: Pop-up Research Park, Council of Ontario Universities
Invited participant to an annual reception that showcases critical cutting-edge research with tangible benefits for society conducted at Ontario universities. Event provided a forum to engage Members of Parliament and senior government officials with my research on climate change impacts to songbirds within North America.
Media and Communications Training, Brian Lin (AAAS) and Nancy Baron (COMPASS)
Training to enhance written, audio, and video communication of scientific research with the media and general public. Components included: using message box, developing an elevator pitch, the art of the interview, practice interview sessions with media, development of press releases, etc.
Canadian Open Dialogue Forum 2016, Canada2020
Collaborative multi-stakeholder review of draft principles for engaging the Canadian public in open dialogue and open data initiatives. Participated in interactive workshops and discussions.
Community outreach and media relations in the sciences, University of Ottawa
This two-month program trains scientists to communicate effectively with the media and general public. Theory and applied concepts included: engaging an audience, public speaking, media interviews, writing a press release, and activity development for school-age children. This course led to my creating a climate change module comprised of two activities aimed at grade 9-10 high school students for Let’s Talk Science, a national volunteer organization
Committee member, Ontario Public Interest Research Group campus greening
My involvement in this project arose from personal interest in revitalizing a neglected boreal forest greenspace (Husky Courtyard) at the University of Ottawa. This project involved collaboration with local sustainability projects, data collection, as well as care and maintenance of the greenspace such as planting native flowers and shrubs, pruning and removal of invasive species, and surveying flora.
Symposium volunteer, Institute for Science, Society and Policy, University of Ottawa
Science and Society 2013: Emerging Agendas for Citizens and the Sciences. Responsibilities included synthesizing workshop and panel presentations, and participating in the writing of a technical report.
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Designed a natural heritage strategy for the Midhurst District based on assessments and monitoring of species-at-risk, ecologically significant areas, wetlands, local to regional land-use challenges and development pressures. The strategy document was comprised of a comprehensive database, information sheets for flora, fauna and features of interest, and a district report with recommendations for prioritization and management.
Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Initiative, Steering Committee
I assisted with workshop organization and co-ordination, as well as synthesis of multi-stakeholder workshop results. I contributed to writing and editing of a draft report to guide policy direction for Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Initiative based on evaluation of partner and organizational objectives.
Coristine, L., Ford, A., Colla, S., Davy, C., Favaro, B., Flockhart, T., Fraser, K., Jacob, A., McCune, J., Orihel, D., Palen, W., Schuster, R., and O. Venter. Nation-based conservation in a global context. Conservation Letters. Estimated submission March 2018 – workshop product.
Durocher, L., Coristine, L., Kuiack, T. The long road home for Indigenous evacuees. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. Estimated submission – April 2018.
Cooke, S., Coristine, L., de Rosa, M., Owens, B. L., Rochaman, C., Ross, R., Sopinka, N. Designing the scientific paper of the future. FACETS. Estimated submission May 2018 – conference panel product.
Coristine, L., Schuster, R., and Jacob A. Global opportunities to maximize biodiversity protection while minimizing climate vulnerability and human impacts. Conservation Letters. Estimated submission June 2018.
Srivastava, D., Harley, C., O’Connor, M., Sunday, J., Williams, J., Tseng, D., Carillo, J., Amundrud, S., Freeman, B., Thompson, P., Parfrey, L., Yeung, A., Bernhardt, J., Martone, P., de Zwaan, D., Brown, N., Coristine, L. Bontrager, M., Aitken, S., and A. Angert. Wildcards in climate change biology. Nature Climate Change. Estimated submission June 2018 – workshop product.
Orihel, D. M., Colla, S. R., Coristine, L., Davy, C. M., Flockhart, D. T. T., McCune, J. L., and Schuster, R. Mapping pollution threats in habitat of at-risk species in Canada. Estimated submission August 2018.
Strawhacker, C., Coristine, L., Schmidt, C., Alexander, S., Reo, N., et al. The role of Indigenous data in climate change studies. Nature Climate Change. Estimated submission September 2018 – workshop product.
Radio: CBC Quirks and Quarks, 1310 News radio, CKWR FM, The Patty Handyside show
Print: Calgary Herald, London Free Press, CBC News Alberta, Global News
Web: External Diffusion on-line; Dispatches from the Field, Canadian Science Policy Conference online