Assistant Professor UNBC
Dr. Lisa Wood is an Assistant Professor in the Ecosystem Science and Management department at UNBC, and a Registered Professional Forester in BC. She holds an MSc in Forestry from the University of Northern BC, and a PhD in Geography from the University of Victoria where she studied tree-ring anatomy and the growth of trees in response to climate change. Lisa’s current areas of research include the impacts of climate change on forest productivity and wood anatomy, and the effects of chemical herbicides on plants in forest operations. She teaches plant biology and ethnobotany at UNBC and has a keen interest in the connection between people and plants.