Urban Issues Lead, Great Lakes Nutrient Initiative, Great Lakes Issues and Management Reporting Section, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Dr. Bass is a researcher and member of Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Great Lakes Nutrient Initiative team. His research interests include modelling complexity, water quality policy, management alternatives for reducing urban phosphorus loads into the Great Lakes and the economic issues around public policy. He is Associate Executive Director of the Foundation for Student Science and Technology, and Director of the University Research Experience in Complex Systems (URECS), which brings secondary school and university students together to explore the interaction between environmental change and health and also offers workshops on the simulation of environmental change and health, green infrastructure, networking and the Prisoner’s Dilemma.
Teaching: ENV299Y Research Opportunity Program.