Lori Daniels is a professor in UBC’s forestry department with an
expertise in forest ecology. In addition to a long-term research program
investigating climate change in the forests of coastal British
Columbia, she collaborates with colleagues in Argentina, conducting
research on forest decline in the southern Andes. An outdoor ecologist
with an interest in conservation and natural resource management, Lori
travels regularly to Argentina.
Collaborating with First Nations, Community Forests, and more to develop meaningful solutions to forest decline, increasingly severe wildfires, and climate change.
Guided by our headlamps, we hiked up the moraine to watch a mesmerizing sunrise as clouds swirled around the granite spires of Torres del Paine Park, Chile.