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Renee Howard
Intermediate Biologist, Graduate Student

MSc Graduate Student
Western University

BSc, Ecology
University of Alberta, 2012

BIT (Biologist in Training), Alberta Society of Professional Biologists

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Notable Work:

Currently engaged in graduate research at the Masters of Science level, studying wetland restoration

Managed an environmental study in northern Alberta focused on a proposed aggregate lease along the Athabasca River

Investigated the eating habits of a northern population of small alpine mammals

Has conducted extensive amphibian surveys

Used vegetative characteristics to delineate and classify wetlands

Assisted with research into agricultural land use practices for the Agroforestry Development Centre, dealing directly with landowner and land access issues

Completed ecological investigations and related reporting for municipal developments in and around the City of Edmonton

Completed multiple Water Act and Public Lands applications

Professional Associations:

Alberta Society of Professional Biologists (ASPB)

Masters of Science Candidate, University of Western Onterio


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