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April 23, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Christopher Lemieux



Contact:

email: Christopher Lemieux
phone: 519-884-0710
ext: 4765

 

Grants



Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta – $25,000

Role: Principal Investigator.Principal Applicant. Linking human health and well-being to nature conservation in policy and practice. (2013 – 2014) 

SSHRC Insight Development Grant – $74,500 
Role: Principal Investigator. Last chance tourism and Canada’s protected areas: visitor perceptions and management horizons. Co-investigator: J. Dawson (University of Ottawa). Collaborators: P.F.J. Eagles (University of Waterloo), E. Stewart (Lincoln University) (2012 – 2014)

Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta – $28,000
Role: Principal Applicant. Human health and well-being benefits of Alberta’s protected areas. Co-investigators: P.F.J. Eagles, S.T. Doherty, D.S. Slocombe (Wilfrid Laurier University (2012 – 2013)

University of Waterloo Research Incentive Fund – $8,000 
Role: Principal Investigator. Healthy Outside, Healthy Inside: the impact of nature on human health and well-being. Co-investigators: P.F.J. Eagles, D.S. Slocombe, S.T. Doherty (Wilfrid Laurier University), S.J. Elliott (University of Waterloo) (2011 – 2012)

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources – $20,000
Role: Co-investigator. Lake Simcoe climate change adaptation strategy. Co-investigators: P.A. Gray, G. Neilsen (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources) (2010 – 2011)

U.S. Geological Survey – $42,500
Role: Principal Investigator. Climate change and transboundary conservation in large, complex bioregions. Co-investigators: J. Thompson (Colorado State University), R. Schuster (U.S. Geological Survey) (2010 – 2011)

Canadian Council on Ecological Areas – $5,000
Role: Principal Investigator. Protected Areas and climate change in canada: towards adaptation. Co-investigators: T.J. Beechey (CCEA), P.A. Gray (MNR) and D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo) (2009 – 2010)

UN World Meteorological Organization and World Tourism Organization – $10,000 
Role: Co-Investigator. Weather and climate information for tourism. Primary Investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo) (2009) 

Parks Canada Agency – $5,000 
Role: Principal Investigator. A review of the role of protected ecosystems in climate change mitigation. Co-investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo) (2008)

Parks Canada Agency – $5,000
Role: Principal Investigator. A synopsis of protected area agency climate change mitigation and adaptation activities. Co-investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo) (2008)

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program – $69,000
Role: Principal Investigator. Identifying and evaluating climate change adaptation options for Ontario parks. Co-investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo). Collaborators: P.A. Gray (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources), R. Davis (Ontario Parks) (2007 – 2008)

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Climate Change Program – $20,000 
Role: Principal Investigator. Climate change and Ontario Parks: towards adaptation. Co-Investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo) (2006)

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Climate Change Program – $24,000 
Role: Principal Investigator. Climate change and Ontario’s protected areas: potential impacts and implications. Co-investigator: D.J. Scott (University of Waterloo). Collaborators: P.A. Gray (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources), R. Davis (Ontario Parks) (2003 – 2004)

Total Research Funding: $335,000