Trevor Lantz

Trevor Lantz
Environmental Studies
Office: DTB B254

PhD (Landscape Ecology) 2008, University of British Columbia

Area of expertise

Landscape Ecology, Plant Ecology, Global Change Ecology, Permafrost Science, Remote Sensing, Community-based Monitoring.

Trevor is accepting graduate students.

Trevor joined the school as an Assistant Professor in July, 2009. His work focuses on the impacts of global change on ecocultural landscapes in western North America.

Trained as an ecologist and an ethnobiologist, his research employs local knowledge of ecosystems as well as observational and experimental approaches.

His current research projects in Gwitchin and Inuvialuit communities in the Western Arctic examine feedbacks between climate change, warming permafrost, disturbance, vegetation change, and the abundance of country foods.