Juliana Balluffi-Fry

M.Sc. Student

I joined the lab in September of 2017 after studying environmental biology at McGill University. My undergraduate research and field experiences made me quite curious about evolutionary ecology, and that led me to start a Master’s at MUN. Here, I will work with the Terrestrial Ecology Research Group (TERG) and use the plant-hare-lynx system of Newfoundland to answer landscape stoichiometry questions, specifically how the varying vegetative stoichiometry of a landscape affects snowshoe hare distribution and fitness.

jballuffifry@ignoreme-mun.ca