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Luke Rogers

Luke Rogers
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Research Programs/Projects

Luke is a mathematical ecologist from Sointula, British Columbia. His primary reseach interest is the population dynamics of marine fishes. He is presently working to identify (1) drivers of variability in the population size of Pacific herring stocks in the northeast Pacific; and (2) factors influencing adult returns of Fraser River sockeye salmon in British Columbia.

Luke is working in collaboration with Anne Salomon, Margot Hessing-Lewis and Dana Lepofsky of the Hakai Network at Simon Fraser University, Brendan Connors of the Earth to Ocean Research Group at Simon Fraser University, and Martin Krkosek of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto.