|PJ is a master’s student at the School of Community and Regional Planning in the Ecological and Natural Resource Planning focus area. He grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan and received a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from the University of Regina. After graduating, he worked as a research assistant studying the effects of climate change on the native prairie ecosystem. This was followed by a stint at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, where he monitored agroclimate impacts and helped map areas of drought across Canada.
His graduating project at SCARP involved examining the effect of logging on water quality in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Below you can review a poster and the final presentation about his research. The complete final report is available through UBC Circle.