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Dr. M.A. (Peggy) Smith, R.P.F.

Students Supervised

July 30, 2010 by Peggy Smith

GRADUATE

  • Sanzida-Baten, Cassia. PhD Candidate. Socio-Economic Impacts of Biofuel Development. Committee Member. In progress.
  • Rasevych, Peter. PhD Candidate. Aboriginal Forestry. Supervisor. In progress.
  • Palmer, Lynn. PhD Candidate. Community Forestry. Co-Supervisor with Dr. Chander Shahi. In progress.
  • Golden, Denise. MScF Candidate. Boreal forest management: Sustainability in a carbon-constrained world. Co-supervisor with Dr. Steve Colombo. In progress.
  • Larose, Desneiges. 2009. Adapting to change and the perceptions and knowledge in the involvement of Aboriginal Peoples in forest management: A case study with Lac Seul First Nation. Masters of Science in Forestry, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON. Internal Examiner.
  • Sapic, Tomislav. 2006. More than just a ’value’: views of aboriginal people in Northern Ontario on aboriginal values in Ontario’s forest management planning. Masters of Science in Forestry. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON. 227 pp. Committee Member.
  • Karjala, Melanie. 2001. Integrating Aboriginal Values into Strategic-Level Forest Planning on the John Prince Research Forest, Central Interior, British Columbia. Masters of Natural Resources & Environmental Studies. University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George. 127 pp. External Examiner.

UNDERGRADUATE

  • Allen, Sarah. 2003. Integration of Non-Timber Forest Product and Timber Management: The Need for Aboriginal Knowledge and Participation. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 105 pp.
  • Banks, Armand. 2006. International Pressures Affecting Canadian Forest Policy: Case Study of British Columbia & the Softwood Lumber Dispute. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 88 pp.
  • Barnes, Devon. 2009. Lakehead University Forestry Student Ambassador Program in London and Thunder Bay, Ontario. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 71 pp.
  • Barnes, Devon. 2009. Decline in Forestry Enrollments: A Literature Review. HBES Senior Project. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 73 pp.
  • Benz, Peter. 2006. First Nation Economic Development Opportunities. A GIS Consulting Business Plan for AZTech Resources. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 65 pp.
  • Blackwell, Heather. 2001. The Certification of Non-Timber Forest Products with Specific Reference to the Forest Stewardship Council and Maple Sugaring Operations. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 67 pp.
  • Bobie, Tara. 2003. Piecing Together the Southern Ontario Puzzle: A Landscape-Based Approach to Forest Management and Land-Use Planning in a Peri-Urban Environment. H.BScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 150 pp.
  • Burke, Karen. 2001. Forest Certification in Canada and the Role of Federal and Provincial Governments. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 60 pp.
  • Co, Peter. 2002. International Forest Law. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 63 pp.
  • Edwards, Michelle. 2007. Forest Management Plan for the Hogarth Red Pine Plantation: Community Values. 55 pp.
  • Gilhooly, Kathleen. 2005. The Importance of Forestry Education for Aboriginal Youth in Canada. HBES Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay.
  • Hayward, Daniel C. 2001. The Nisga’a Final Agreement and its Impact on Forest Management. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 82 pp.
  • Hosegood, Steven. 2007. Impact of Road Access on Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 34 pp.
  • Jones, Jennifer. 2001. Obstacles and Potential for Community-Based Reserve Land Forest Management: The Case of Fort William First Nation. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 49 pp.
  • Keith, Erin. 2003. Federal-Provincial Relationship in Governing Environmental Policy in Canada. HBES(Forest Conservation) Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 51 pp.
  • Kerkermeier, Kristopher. 2008. The Role of Government in Forest Stewardship Council Certification in Ontario. HBScF. Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 51 pp.
  • Pyle, Norma. 2005. Business Planning and Considerations for a Forestry-Based Enterprise in Blueberry River First Nation. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 51 pp. + appendices.
  • Rainthorpe, Jennifer. 2007. The Influence of Information Complexity on Participation in Ontario’s Forest Management Planning. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 77 pp.
  • Reinikka, Heidi. 2008. Are We Properly Managing our Old Growth Forests in Ontario? A Closer Look at Eastern White Pine in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Forest Region. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 48 pp.
  • Roberts, Stephen O. 2002. A Policy Analysis of the Canada-US Softwood Lumber Dispute: Stakeholder Involvement in the Policy Process. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 73 pp.
  • Ruff, Jonathan. 2003. An Examination of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resource’s Reporting on Condition 77 of the Timber Class Environmental Assessment Board’s Approval. HBES(Forest Conservation) Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 137 pp.
  • Stones, Noel. 2003. Economic Developments and Specific Land Claims: A Case Study of Fort William First Nation. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay.
  • Vear, Holly. 2004. Using International Trade Treaties for Environmental Protection in Canada: Three Forestry Case Studies. HBES (Forest Conservation) Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 93 pp.
  • Velasquez, Ricardo A. 2001. A Case Study of the Conflict Resolution between the First Nations of New Post and Wahgoshig with the Forestry Companies of Abitibi Consolidated Inc. and Tembec Inc. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 54 pp.
  • Welmers, Bernard. 2003. Forestry in the Netherlands: An Overview of the 8th to the 21st Century, with Attention toward Changing Policies. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 44 pp.
  • Williams, Michelle. 2004. Another Step Forward for Ecotourism in Northern Ontario. HBScF Thesis. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. 94 pp.