Adam T. Ford, M.S.

Adam T. Ford, M.Sc., Biology, is a Research Associate with six years of experience in conservation, ecology and international community development. His work has taken him from the South Pacific to Eastern Africa, and from the temperate rainforests of western Vancouver Island to the native short-grass prairie of eastern Alberta. Currently, he is based in the Rocky Mountains of Banff National Park with research interests in the effects of roads on wildlife, mammal ecology, and the effects of landscape structure on animal movement.

Research Focus Affiliations

  • Road Ecology

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