S.Darlington, F.E.C. Stewart, J.T. Fisher, J. Volpe. Deer on the move: deer increase movement rate near linear features in the northeastern Alberta boreal forest. Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution, Guelph ON, July 2018.
S. Darlington, J.T. Fisher, J. Volpe. Anthropogenic disturbance affects energetic trade-offs with predation risk in white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution, Victoria BC, May 2017.
S. Darlington, J.T. Fisher, J. Volpe. Predator avoidance and seasonal resource selection by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Northern Alberta. Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Lac La Biche AB, March 2017.
S. Darlington, J.T. Fisher, J. Volpe. Modelling predator avoidance by white-tailed deer in the Alberta boreal forest. Pacific Ecology & Evolution Conference, Bamfield BC, February 2017.
S.Darlington. Modelling suitable artificial nest placement for burrowing owls in the Okanagan Valley, BC. Pacific Ecology & Evolution Conference, Bamfield BC. February 2016.
S. Darlington, C. Staicer. Modelling Eastern Wood-Pewee distribution in southwest Nova Scotia. Dalhousie University Cameron Conference, Halifax NS, March 2014.
ES384 Systems Theory, University of Victoria. October 2017
"How does anthropogenic activity alter carnivore community structure?"
GEOG328 GIS Analysis, University of Victoria, March 2017
"Species Distribution Modeling and predator-prey dynamics in the Alberta boreal forest"
GEOG 358 Landscape ecology, University of Victoria, February 2017
"What drives deer distributions in northern Alberta?"
GEOG 274 Biogeography, University of Victoria, March 2016
"Vancouver Island Plant & Bird Identification Workshop"
UVic Ecology Club, February 2017
"Introduction to ArcGIS: Creating a study area map"
Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute, Caledonia, NS, May 2016
"Chimney swifts and other aerial insectivores in Nova Scotia"