PhD Student, School of Geography and Sustainable Development

Biography

Working in rural communities, my research has often looked at conflict. Currently completing my PhD on communities' experiences living near wind energy. I am particularly interested in energy justice including how participating in the wind farm development or receiving benefits may influence acceptance/opposition. I have previously researched conservation conflicts, working primarily in human-wildlife conflicts.

Selected publications

Hogan, J. L., & Brown, C. D. (2021). Spatial extent and severity of all‐terrain vehicles use on coastal sand dune vegetation. Applied Vegetation Science24(1), e12549.

Hogan, J. L., Sponarski, C. C., & Bath, A. J. (2019). All-terrain vehicles: Differences in perceptions of impact on coastal dunes among communities in New Brunswick, Canada. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism26, 61-71.