Bruce Rogers MSc, RPBio, PAg, Regional Ecologist Omineca North/East
Bruce Rogers is Regional Research Ecologist for Omineca/North East Regions with the BC Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations, and a member of the Biogeoclimatic Ecosystem Classification (BEC) Program. He has a BSc in Wildlife Biology, an MSc in Forest Ecology, and is a Registered Professional Biologist (RPBio) and Professional Agrologist (PAg).
Bruce responds to information requests from the public, industry, and government regarding data and/or expert opinion and review. He is involved with a range of research projects from the production of ecological field guides, long term changes in mountain pine beetle killed stands, mixed woods management, and tree stress and climate change. His areas of interest are plant and habitat ecology, tree and stand water balance, stand and landscape attributes associated with natural disturbance dynamics, and the relationship between ecosystem processes, secondary stand structure, and retention silvicultural systems.