Honors, B.S. Zoology, 2011, University of Guelph, Guelph ON
Thesis title: “Spatial variability in plant predation determines the strength of stochastic community assembly.”
M.S. Population Genetics, 2014, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS
Thesis title: “Subtle population structure found within northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) inhabiting mainland Atlantic Canada.”
Johnson L.N.L. , McLeod B.A., Burns, L.E., Arseneault K, Frasier, T.R., Broders, H.G. (2015) Population genetic structure within and among seasonal site types in the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) and the Northern long- eared bat (M.septentrionalis). Plos One.
Segers, J.L., Irwin, A.E., Farrow, L.J., Johnson, L.N.L. and Broders, H.G. (2013) First records of Lasiurus cinereus and L. borealis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Northeastern Naturalist Notes, 20: 14-15.
Germain, R., Johnson, L., Schneider, S., Cottenie, K., Gillis, L. and MacDougall, A.S. (2013) Spatial variability in plant predation determines the strength of stochastic community assembly. American Naturalist 182: 169-179.