As a research scientist for the Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN) for 21 years, David studied the behaviour of arctic birds and mammals. He planned, organized, and conducted many independent field research programs in the High Arctic on the behaviour and ecology of muskoxen, Arctic hares, red-throated loons and Arctic wolves. Study areas in Nunavut included Bathurst, Ellesmere, and Axel Heiberg Islands.
Today, David’s research interests also include historical research projects. He is a thorough and experienced researcher and historian in the areas listed below.
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