Presentations, Speaking Engagements, and Outreach

Stratton, N., Mandrak N.E., Klenk, N. (2022). How is Aquatic Invasive Species Management Understood and Communicated Between Different Groups? Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Grand River, MI.

Stratton, N., Mandrak N.E., Klenk, N. (2022). The effects of denialism narratives on stakeholder engagement with invasive species management. International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Oostende Belgium. (Best Student Oral Presentation – 3rd Place)

“Queer in Stem”. (Panelist). 2022. McMaster University Pride Community Centre. McMaster University.

“Biodiversity regulations – Ontario and federal”. (Guest lecture). (2020, 2021). EES1123 – Environmental Regulations. Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences. University of Toronto Scarborough.

“Canadian invasive and at-risk species policy”. (Guest lecture). (2017, 2020, 2021). POL53C – Canadian Environmental Policy. Department of Political Science. University of Toronto Scarborough.

“Science-policy and the influence of stakeholder perceptions on early detection and rapid response”. (Invited speaker). (2019). Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO). Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Burlington ON.

Stratton, N., Mandrak N.E., Klenk, N. (2019). (poster). Gathering stakeholder perceptions of aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes basin. IAGLR Conference on Great Lakes Research, Brockport NY.

Stratton, N., Mandrak N.E., Klenk, N. (2018). (talk). Policy and the influence of stakeholder perceptions on early detection and rapid response. IAGLR Conference on Great Lakes Research, Toronto ON.

Stratton, N., Mandrak N.E., Klenk, N. (2018). (talk). Selling success: Portrayals of invasive species management and the potential to underestimate risk. Ontario Ecology, Ethology and Evolution Colloquium, London ON.

Stratton, N., Imre, I. (2015). (poster). Effect of sea lamprey repellents on the behaviour of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Ontario Ecology, Ethology and Evolution Colloquium, Toronto ON.

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