Andrea OliveAssociate Professor, Chair of Dept. Political Science Geography, Geomatics and Environment & Political Science
My Research Interests
I am an associate professor of political science and geography. My primary areas of research include species at risk, private lands and conservation, invasive species, natural resource extraction (esp. fracking), and Canada-US transboundary environmental governance. My current SSHRC funded project examines the political ecology of the Bakken Formation in Saskatchewan and North Dakota. Interested students should check out my personal website for more details.
I participate in the following research clusters:
Graduate Student Recruitment
Andrea recruits students interested in the political ecology of the Bakken Formation. Andrea will be on sabbatical leave in 2018-2019. Check back for more information on graduate student positions for in the fall.