Andrew Almas, Lecturer CLTA

Home Campus:
U o f T Mississauga

PhD:
Geography and Planning

Other Degrees:
BA (Honours) - Geography, Sociology (minor)
Graduate Diploma - Environmental Management and Assessment
Masters - Environment and Sustainability

Supervisor(s):
Dr. Tenley Conway

Contact Information:

Office: DV 3263
Email: andrew.almas@mail.utoronto.ca

Research Interests:

  • Urban Forestry
  • Environmental Management and Policy
  • Biogeography

Teaching This Academic Year:

GGR416 – Environmental Impact Assessment

At UTM

ENV330 – Experimental Design in Environmental Science

ENV310 – The Sustainability Imperative

JEP356 – Environmental Justice

ENV393 – Environmental Assessment

Selected Publications:

Almas, A. and Conway, T.M., 2016. The role of native species in municipal urban forest planning and practice: A case study of Carolinian Canada. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening17 (1), 54-62.

Almas, A. and Conway, T.M., 2016. Residential knowledge of native tree species: A case study of residents in four southern Ontario municipalities. Environmental Management59 (1), 21-33.

Almas, A., Conway, T.M., 2018. Resident attitudes and actions towards native tree species: A case study of residents in four southern Ontario municipalities. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry – Special Edition: Civic Science 44 (2), 101-115.

Conway, T.M., Almas, A., Coore, D. Ecosystem Services, Ecological Integrity, and Native Species Planting: How to balance these ideas in urban forest management? Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, in press.

Research Clusters:
Nature, Society and Environmental Change