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M.Sc. forestry student wins the 2020 PCI Geomatics Young Scholars Award

David Forsey, a master of science in forestry student, recently completed a thesis on eelgrass mapping using WorldView-2 imagery and won the 2020 PCI Geomatics Young Scholars Award.

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Welcome Incoming Students September 2020

Welcome all incoming high school students to UNB’s Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management! We are so happy that you have chosen us and we are looking forward to meeting each of you in September. As anyone new to a program you may be asking yourself many questions, such as: What have I gotten into? What will I learn? What is the difference between Forestry and an Environment degree? What will my next four years look like? And how will I figure all this out?

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Congratulations ForEM Class of 2020

UNB Forestry & Environmental Management Class of 2020 (Spring). Our students were not able to celebrate their success together under the current circumstances, so we wanted to highlight them as they would have been crossing the stage at UNB to receive their parchments in May 2020.

Message to Graduating Class of 2020

LiDAR Workshops offered in February

We will be offering several one and two-day courses intended for natural resource professionals seeking a working knowledge of application of LiDAR in forest and environmental management.

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How Eastern Canada’s forests will adapt to climate change named one of top 10 discoveries of 2018

Dr. Loïc D’Orangeville and his team studied the effects climate change will have on Eastern Canada’s boreal forest.

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