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Tue01Oct20197:30 pmArnprior Curling Club, 15 Galvin Street, Arnprior, ON
Impacts of Climate Change on Ungulate Populations
Dr. Frank F. Mallory, Professor, Department of Biology, Laurentian University who has done research in the Arctic Tundra, the Boreal Forest, the Eastern Deciduous Forest and the Tropical Forests of Mexico ecosystems.
In Canada, most of his recent work has dealt with woodland caribou and the forest industry in Ontario, Manitoba and Labrador and the re-introduction of elk into central Ontario. In all regards, he has specialized in understanding the relationships between habitat change and its impact on predator/prey systems and the sustainability of ungulate populations.
Dr. Frank F. Mallory, Professor and Past Chair, Department of Biology, Laurentian University did his B.Sc. (Hons.) and M.Sc. at Laurentian University and his Ph.D. at the University of Guelph. He has done research in a number of different ecosystems including, the Arctic Tundra, The Boreal Forest, the Eastern Deciduous Forest and the Tropical Forests of Mexico.