Robert Mcleman, University of Ottawa

Assistant Professor Geography Ottawa, Ontario rmcleman@uottawa.ca Mobile: (613) 322-2300
Office: (613) 562-5800 ext. 1051

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Dr. Robert McLeman is an assistant professor of geography at the University of Ottawa. His research investigates how human well-being is affected by environmental conditions and change, and places a special emphasis on generating information and advice for public policy makers. A former diplomat...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Robert McLeman is an assistant professor of geography at the University of Ottawa. His research investigates how human well-being is affected by environmental conditions and change, and places a special emphasis on generating information and advice for public policy makers. A former diplomat, he has lived and worked in cities and regions representing a range of natural environments, at varying levels of economic development. Dr. Mcleman is currently involved in research on anticipating future environmentally-driven migrations resulting from climate change. His long-term research interests also include the relationships between environmental stresses (such as deforestation, soil degradation and drought), migration and conflict in developing and marginalized communities.



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