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Dalal Hanna - McGill University. Montreal, QC, CA

Dalal Hanna Dalal Hanna

PhD Student, Natural Resource Sciences | McGill University

Montreal, QC, CANADA

Scientist researching aquatic ecosystem services and protected areas (Services écosystémiques aquatiques et les aires protégés)

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Dalal is a PhD student at McGill University in Canada, currently researching aquatic ecosystem services and protected areas. Before starting her PhD she completed a Bachelors in Environmental Sciences during which she conducted research on the ways anthropogenic noise affect bird song. Following the completion of this degree she and a group of seven friends embarked on a cross-Canada canoe trip, raising awareness and funds for the conservation of watersheds in Canada. She then completed a Masters in Biology, studying the ecology of African freshwater fish. She also hosted a scientific podcast called Science Faction, which is all about unbelievable discoveries, is part of an urban beekeeping collective in Montreal, co-runs a series of R workshops, and enjoys spending time outdoors thinking about how we can better improve future conservation strategies.

Areas of Expertise (5)

Aquatic Ecosystem Services

Protected Areas

Urban Beekeeping

Landscape Ecology

Beekeeping

Education (2)

University of Ottawa: Bachelors, Environmental Sciences 2012

McGill University: Masters, Biology, Biology 2015

Languages (2)

  • French
  • English

Research Grants (2)

Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

Government of Canada 

2015-09-01

This grant supports my doctoral research on protected areas and aquatic ecosystem services

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NSERC MSc-CGS

NSERC 

2012-09-01

Funding for Masters research

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