Michael O'Neal Campbell Instructor, Geography
BA, MA, Msc, PhD
I studied for a Bachelors degree in Geography, and after this I obtained an MSc and PhD at University of London, Imperial Collage. I also have an MA in Geography from Carleton University, Ottawa. I have taught human geography, physical geography and geomatics/statistics. Camosun is a good college with many hard working students.
Campbell, M. 2015. Vultures: Their Evolution, Ecology and Conservation. Taylor and Francis, CRC Press.
Campbell, M. 2012. The relevance of age and gender for public attitudes to brown bears (Ursus arctos), black bears (Ursus americanus) and cougars (Puma concolor) in Kamloops, British Columbia. Society and Animals 21 (4): 341-359.
Campbell, M. 2014. The status of artisanal fishing in El Salvador. Marine Policy.
Campbell, M. 2014. The impact of urbanization and agricultural development on vultures in El Salvador. Vulture News 66: 16–28.