Dr. Camille Ouellet Dallaire

Dr. Camille Ouellet Dallaire

Assistant Professor, Environment & Sustainability and Environmental Science

Office: FC 2026

Email: cdallaire@grenfell.mun.ca

Phone:  709-637-6214

Website: www.camilleouelletdallaire.ca

 

Dr. Camille Ouellet Dallaire received her PhD in Geography from McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Her pursuit of Geography developed critical and cross-scalar thinking that still supports her research today. While at McGill, she founded the Sustainability Research Symposium and studied global hydrology, ecosystem services and watershed management. Following her PhD, she worked as a policy analyst on the future of geoscience at the Geological Survey of Canada and as a senior impact assessment analyst for Natural Resources Canada. In these positions, her broad and interdisciplinary perspective advance her research on the science-policy interface in the context of sustainability. Her research explores the cumulative and intersectional impacts of natural resource exploitation on ecosystem services, interdisciplinary research integration, and large-scale modelling and analyses of sustainable watershed management. She is a Québecoise and a feminist.

Education

  • D. (Geography) McGill University
  • Sc. (Geography) McGill University
  • Sc., Geography – Laval University

Research Interests

  • Ecosystem Services
  • Impact Assessment
  • Cumulative Impacts
  • Sustainable natural resources management
  • Watershed management
  • Interdisciplinary Integration
  • Large-scale modelling of riverscapes
  • Geospatial and multi-variate analyses for sustainability

Teachings

Examples of Recent Courses Taught:

  • Environment and Sustainability 4201: Impacts Assessments
  • Environmental Science 2360: Geological Hazards and Natural Disasters
  • Environment and Sustainability 4200: Contemporary Issues in Environmental Studies
  • Geography 2101: Physical Geography – The Global Perspective

Selected Publications