Thank you so much for attending or registering for the donor pre-reception and featured presentation by Professor Lori Daniels, Wildfires: Causes, Consequences and Co-Existence, presented by alumni UBC in Calgary. It was our pleasure to host you and we hope that you also enjoyed hearing from our student speaker Tiffany Lee, Heather McCaw, Vice-President, Development and Alumni Engagement and Santa J. Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor, during the pre-reception.
You can view photos from the pre-reception and from the alumni and friends program below.
If you who are interested in deepening your knowledge of wildfires, Professor Daniels has recommended an article she was invited to contribute to the Alpine Club of Canada, State of the Mountains report last spring – the report can be found here.
Thank you again for your ongoing support of UBC and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Professor Lori Daniels, MSc’94
Professor of Forest Ecology, Forest and Conservation Sciences Department, UBC
Lori Daniels is a Professor of Forest Ecology in the Forest and Conservation Sciences Department at UBC-Vancouver, where she directs the Tree-Ring Lab at UBC. Her research applies tree-ring analyses to investigate disturbance regimes and the impacts of climate and humans on forest dynamics. With her graduate students, Lori has on-going research on fire regimes, forest dynamics, forest and community resilience to climate change in coastal and interior British Columbia, the Rocky Mountain National Parks and foothills of Alberta. To contribute to effective wildfire science and management, she serves on BC’s Forest Carbon Initiative Science and Research and Advisory Committee and is a member of the Canadian Wildfire Strategy Implementation Team.