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Judi Krzyzanowski

Judi Krzyzanowski
Owner – Krzyzanowski Consulting ON, Canada
Research Associate – Sustainable Forest Management Research Group, University of British Columbia
2045-2424 Main Mall Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
Email: judik@primus.ca

Research Interests:
An environmental scientist by training, my expertise spans the biological, atmospheric, agricultural, forest and health sciences. I have worked in the fields of air pollution, cumulative impacts, natural resources management, molecular biology, conservation and climate change. I am particularly interested in atmosphere-biosphere interactions at local to global scales and how humans impact, or are impacted by, these interactions. I have experience in using GIS, atmospheric modelling, freshwater systems chemistry, soil science and other techniques to assess complex environmental problems and provide realistic solutions.

Current Research:
I continue to work up in Northeast BC where my PhD research was focused, on issues related to upstream oil and gas and human/environmental health. In Ontario I am conducting small-scale agricultural experiments that seek to provide alternatives to high-input conventional farming. I am also involved in a project in the Asia Pacific region aimed at understanding how climate change will impact forests and forest dependent communities in the region, and how these impacts may be mitigated.

Awards:
Donald S. McPhee Fellowship, October 2006
Donald S. McPhee Fellowship, October 2005
Simons Foundation DoctoralScholarship, September 2003

Refereed Journal Publications
Krzyzanowski,J., 2012. Environmental Pathways of Potential Impacts tohuman Health from Oil and Gas Development in Northeast British Columbia, Canada– e review. XXXXXX. Submitted.

Wang, G., Innes, J.L., Wu, S.W., Krzyzanowski, J., Yuanyong, Y., Shuanyou, D., ­­­Xiaoping, Z., and Liu, S., 2010. NationalForest Parks Development in China: Conservation or Commercialization. AmbioOnline First DOI: 10.1007/s13280-011-0194-9. http://www.springerlink.com/content/h01m2066079m8064/

Wang, G., Innes, J.L., Yusheng, Y., Shanmu, C., Krzyzanowski, J., Jingsheng, X., and Wenlian, L., 2011. Extent of soil erosion and surfacerunoff associated with large-scale infrastructure development in Fujianprovince, China. Catena 89(1): 22-30.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0341816211001706

Krzyzanowski, J., 2011. ApproachingCumulative Effects through Air Pollution Modelling. Water, Air and SoilPollution 214(1-4): 253-273. http://www.springerlink.com/content/x661673210276345/

Krzyzanowski, J. andJ. L. Innes, 2010. Back to the basics – estimating the sensitivity offreshwater to acidification using ‘traditional’ approaches. Journal ofEnvironmental Management 91: 1227-1236. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20189295

Krzyzanowski, J.,2009. The importance of policy in emissions inventory accuracy – a lesson fromBritish Columbia, Canada. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association59: 430-439. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19418817

Krzyzanowski, J., I.G. McKendry, and J.L.Innes, 2006. Evidence of elevated ozone concentrations in the Lower FraserValley, British Columbia. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 73 (1-4): 273-287. http://www.springerlink.com/content/p371079853350535/

Krzyzanowski, J.,2004. Ozone Variation with Height in a Forest Canopy – Results from a PassiveSampling Field Campaign. Atmospheric Environment 38 (35): 5957-5962. http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=16181150

OtherPublications
Krzyzanowski, J., 2010. Review andIdentification of Research Needs to Address Key Issues Related to ReactiveNitrogen (RN) Deposition and Eutrophication in a Canadian Context (FinalReport). Prepared for: Acid Rain Task Group, Canadian Council of Ministers ofthe Environment (CCME), Prepared by: Krzyzanowski Consulting, PN 1450, CCME,Winnipeg MB, 95pp. (Refereed)  http://www.ccme.ca/assets/pdf/rn_eutrophication_1450.pdf

Krzyzanowski, J. and Almuedo, P., 2010.Cumulative Impacts of Natural Resource Development on Ecosystems and Wildlife:An Annotated Bibliography for British Columbia. FORREX Series 26. FORREX Forumfor Research and Extension in Natural Resources, and BC Ministry of Forests andRange Forest Investment Account–Forest Science Program. Kamloops, BC. 52pp. (Refereed) http://www.forrex.org/publications/forrexseries/fs26.pdf

Krzyzanowski, J., andJ. L. Innes, 2004. Mapping the ecological impacts of sulphur and acidicdeposition in north-eastern British Columbia, Canada. Pp. 266, In: APGC2004 Organising Committees (Eds), The 6th International Symposium on PlantResponses to Air Pollution and Global Changes: Program and Abstracts. YatabePrinting Co., Ltd., Tsukuba, Japan. 334pp.

Dowlatabadi, H., M. Bazylewich, D. Boyd, M. Boyle, A.Elias, E. Fraser, Z. Harkin, M. Kandlikar, J. Krzyzanowski, W. Mabee, J. MacDonald, E. Mazzi, R. Pacheco, N. Rivers, K. Roberts,J. Robinson, A. Russell, P. Shepherd, and R. Van Wynsberghe, 2003.  ASustainable Climate Policy. Commissioned by the Honourable David Anderson,Minister of the Environment, Government of Canada, January 2003. 18pp. http://www.ligi.ubc.ca/sites/liu/files/Publications/11Jan2003_SustainableClimatePolicy.pdf

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