Andrew Kadykalo

Ph.D. Candidate

Research Interests: ecosystem services, pollination, wetlands, pest regulation, predator-prey relationships, socio-ecological cascades, meta-analysis
Thesis topic: Investigation of attitudes and perspectives of recreational anglers to rainbow trout conservation in British Columbia

Background

M.Sc. (2016-2017), Environmental Sustainability, Institute of the Environment, University of Ottawa
Research Paper (Supervised by C. Scott Findlay): Agricultural Best Management Practices: Tradeoffs and Synergies between Crop Yield and Ecosystem Services
M.Sc. (2010-2013), Biology, University of Ottawa
Thesis Title (Supervised by C. Scott Finday): Evaluating and Predicting Ecosystem Services
B.B.A (2005-2009), Business Administration, Biology Minor, Trent University

Lab Publications (1)

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    Jeanson,  A.L., P. Soroye, A.N. Kadykalo, T.D. Ward, E. Paquette, A.E.I. Abrams, D.A. Algera, D. Demers, L.J. Epp, M.P. Giles, M.A. Litt, B.A. Manouchehri, R.J. James, S. McBeth, A. Paradis, L. Pittet, J. Sebes, S.C. Steell, A. Thompson, P. Tremblay, E.I. Tuononen, J.T. Kerr, J.R. Bennett and S.J. Cooke.  In Press.  Twenty actions for a ‘Good Anthropocene’ – Perspectives from early career conservation professionals.  Environmental Reviews.  00:000-000.




Other Publications

Kadykalo, A.N., & Findlay, C.S. (2016). The flow regulation services of wetlands. Ecosystem Services, 20, 91-103. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.06.005