Hannah Hancock is an MSc candidate in the CEE Lab, and earned her HBASc (Environmental Sustainability) from Lakehead University’s Orillia campus. Her research is focused on informing the data gaps that exist in the Habitat Ecosystem Assessment Toolkit (HEAT). HEAT has been used by the regulatory department at Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) known as the Fisheries Protection Program to quantify impacts on fish habitat in the Great Lakes. Hannah’s project is specifically investigating fish habitat associations of species found in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Hannah is co-supervised by Nanda Kanavillil and is working closely with Sue Doka at DFO.