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Daniel Campbell

Daniel Campbell

Assistant Professor

School of the Environment

Vale Living with Lakes Centre

Laurentian University

935 Ramsey Lake Road,

Sudbury, ON

P3E 2C6

dcampbell@laurentian.ca

office number: LL-122

t. 705-675-1151 ext. 2385

f. 705-671-3857


Research interests

I have broad research interests in ecology and environmental science, but they generally converge towards 1) the restoration of degraded ecosystems and 2) the ecology of wetlands. Recently, I have focused on the rehabilitation of lands and wetlands disturbed by mining in northern Ontario.

 

Publications (last 6 years)

CAMPBELL, D. and Corson, A. (submitted) Can mulch and fertilizer alone rehabilitate surface-disturbed subarctic peatlands? Ecological Restoration

CAMPBELL, D. (in press) The development of mine rehabilitation protocols for the Hudson Bay Lowland, Canada. World Mining Congress 2013. Montreal.

Corson, A. and CAMPBELL, D. (2013) Testing protocols to restore disturbed Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in the Hudson Bay Lowland. Wetlands 33:291–299. DOI 10.1007/s13157-013-0383-3.

Major, K.C., Nosko, P., Kuehne, C., CAMPBELL, D. & Bauhus, J. (2013) Regeneration dynamics of non-native northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) populations as influenced by environmental factors: a case study in managed hardwood forests of south-western Germany. Forest Ecology and Management 291: 144–153.

CAMPBELL, D. and Bergeron, J. (2012) Natural revegetation of winter roads on peatlands in the Hudson Bay Lowland, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research. 44:155-163.

McFalls, T., Keddy, P., CAMPBELL, D. and Schaffer G. 2010. Hurricanes, floods, levees, and nutria: Coastal wetland vegetation responses to simultaneous disturbance and fertility regimes. Journal of Coastal Research. 26: 901-911.

Keddy, P. A., Fraser, L. H., Solomeshch, A. I., Junk, W. J., CAMPBELL, D. R., Arroyo, M. T. K. & Alho, C.J. R. 2009. Wet and wonderful: The World’s largest wetlands are conservation priorities. BioScience 59: 39-51.

Roth, A.-M., CAMPBELL, D., Keddy, P., Dozier, H. & Montz, G. 2008. How important is competition in a species-rich grassland? A two year removal experiment in the subtropics and its general implications. Ecoscience, 15(1): 94-100.

Geho, E. M., CAMPBELL, D. & Keddy, P. A. 2007. The effects of three filters (herbivory, neighbors and sediment) in determining the community species pool of an oligohaline marsh. Oikos 116: 1006-1016.

Keddy, P., CAMPBELL, D., McFalls, T., Shaffer, G., Moreau, R., Perkins, T., Geho, E. Thomson, D. and Montz. G. 2007. The wetlands of Lakes Pontchartrain and Maurepas: origins, processes, and restoration. Environmental Reviews 15: 43-77.

Keddy, P.A., Smith, L., CAMPBELL, D.R., Clark, M. & Montz, G. 2006. Patterns of herbaceous plant diversity in a Louisiana pine savanna. Applied Vegetation Science 9:17-26.

Menzel, T.O., Keddy, P.A., Kandalepas, D. & CAMPBELL, D. 2006. Grasshopper communities in relation to plant species and habitat type within the West Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 68:1-12.

Student Theses

Bradley, J. 2009. The natural succession of winter roads in the Hudson Bay Lowland. BSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Button, J. 2012. Creating a growing matrix to support nitrogen-fixing plants using kimberlite tailings from the De Beers Victor diamond mine. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Corson, A. 2010. Developing Restoration Protocols for Disturbed Peatlands in the Hudson Bay Lowland. MSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Ferguson, N. 2008. The Effects of Mulches on the Microclimate of Disturbed Peatlands in the Hudson Bay Lowlands. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Garrah, K. 2013. Upland Ecosystems in the Hudson Bay Lowland as Reference Conditions for the Rehabilitation of Mine Waste Piles. MSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Hanson, A. 2014. The Effects of Fertilization and Mulch on the Reclamation of Peat and Overburden Mixes at the De Beers Victor Diamond Mine, Ontario. MSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Laurin, C. 2012. Identification of candidate plant species for the restoration of newly created uplands in the Subarctic: A functional ecology approach. MSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Lefrançois, M. 2014. Optimum Fertilization of Phosphorus to Support Plant Growth within the Waste Material-Peat Mixtures at DeBeers Victor Diamond Mine, Ontario. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Moore, K.-A. 2013. Biofuel crop production on compost covers varying in thickness over Cu/Ni Mine tailings at the Xstrata Tailings Facility, Onaping, Ontario. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Perrette, G. 2010. Comparative Dendrochronological Study of Black Spruce (Picea mariana) on Lowlands and Uplands in the Hudson Bay Lowland. BSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Rantala-Sykes, B. 2012. Growth and restoration potential of five nitrogen fixing species on soil amendments of waste rock and materials from Victor Mine. BSc Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Rouble, B.C. 2011. Creating a Functional Soil from Fine Kimberlite Tailings and Waste Materials from the Victor Diamond Mine. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Skeries, K. 2009. Spontaneous Revegetation of an Overburden Stockpile at the De Beers Canada Victor Mine in the Hudson Bay Lowland. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Stewart, K. 2014. The Production of Canola and Sunflower on Thick and Thin Compost Covers over Desulfurized Ni-Cu Tailings. BSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Talarico, M. 2009. Dendrochronology and baseline characterization of Picea mariana in the Hudson Bay Lowland. BSc, Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury.

Wilcox, E. 2013. Survival and Growth of Willows on Biosolid Covers Over Ni-Cu Tailings. BSc, Environmental Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury.