Welcome to the somers lab - wildlife ecology & genetics
I am an applied ecologist with a wide variety of interests. My research generally examines interactions between humans and wildlife, and attempts to understand changes to biological systems at the level of molecules, individuals, and populations. The research I am doing at any given time varies, but there are several major themes to my program: (1) wildlife and fisheries management; (2) conservation and population genetics; and (3) food web ecology. Students and staff in my group engage in many modes of data collection, including extensive field work, molecular genetics, and stable isotopes chemistry. For the best view of what is going on in the lab, please check out student profiles on the "People" page, and pictures under "Research in Action".
Dr. Christopher Somers, Department of Biology, University of Regina, 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4S 0A2