I am a PhD student in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph co-supervised by Neil Rooney and Kevin McCann. In general I am interested in the influences of climate change and agriculture on freshwater systems.

My research focuses on how long-term warming shifts the timing of ice formation and breakup in lakes and how it may also modulate the adult size of various fish species. I am also interested in how short-term climate variation and agricultural land use may change the phenology, structure and diversity of freshwater invertebrates. 

Email: cwarne@uoguelph.ca

Twitter: @connorpwarne