Student Research
SELES has been used in a number of undergraduate, masters and doctoral research projects and dissertations. The following is a partial list.

Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada
Markus Didion (M.Sc.) examined interactions between forest harvesting and fire in a boreal forest landscape in Quebec.

Joseph Fall (M.Sc.) used a theoretical fire model to assess uncertainty in fire history studies.

Josie Hughes (M.Sc.) used an individual-based mountain pine beetle model to explore fine scale interactions between flight behaviour, pheromones and forest patterns.

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Glenn Sutherland (Ph.D.) used a spatial disturbance model combined with a tailed frog population model to explore uncertainty in demographic response to various agents of landscape change.

University of Quebec, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Marie-Christine Adam (Ph.D. candidate) is exploring interactions between First Nations forest ecosystem values and forestry in the Kitcisakik area of western Quebec.

Josianne Bonneau (M.Sc. candidate) is examining interactions between conservation area design strategies, natural disturbance and harvesting in southern boreal forests of Quebec.

Pascal Cote (M.Sc. candidate) is examining TRIAD management strategies in southern boreal forests of Quebec.

Ronnie Drever (Ph.D. candidate) will explore interactions between forest patterns, natural disturbance and climate change in broadleaf forests of southern Quebec.

Mario Larouche (M.Sc. candidate) is exploring models that support integration of First Nations and other forest values in Kitcisakik area of western Quebec.

University of Quebec, Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Quebec, Canada
Annie Belleau (Ph.D. candidate) will explore interactions between forest patterns, natural disturbance and ecosystem-based management strategies boreal forest of west-central Quebec.

University of Maine, Orono, Maine, USA
Jon McCloskey (Ph.D.) explored interactions between fire, fire suppression, succession, and weather in the Okeefenokee Swamp, Georgia.

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Tania Schoennagel (Ph.D.) explored interactions between fire, serotiny and age-class patterns in Yellowstone National Park.

University of Turku, Turku, Finland
Charles Burnett (Ph.D.) explored land-use change in Russian Karelia (near border of Russia and Finland) by combining remote sensing, field validation, GIS and spatio-temporal modelling.

University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland
Joe Hope (Ph.D.) designed and applied a relatively fine scale modelling approach to assess prospectives for restoration of Scots pine woodlands in the Scottish Highlands (Glen Affric).