|Camille is a master’s student at the School of Community and Regional Planning with a particular interest in urban design and ecological planning. Through her schooling and work experience, she worked on projects ranging from climate change research and sea-level rise adaptation to cycling infrastructure and protected areas management. Her current research focuses on the use of hydrology and water quality models to inform municipal stormwater management policies.
Look Camille’s summary of her project here, the full version is available on UBC Circle, under the reference: Lefrancois, C. 2015. Designing effective stormwater management policies – The role of the urban forest and impervious cover in Vancouver, B.C. Masters Project. School of Community and Regional Planning. University of British Columbia.
Camille Lefrancois | Master Graduate (2016)
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