Elisabeth Frost, M.Sc

Elisabeth joined the Noreca team as a Project Coordinator and System Biologist shortly after completing her Masters in Biology at Acadia University (NS). Both her Honours (Mount Allison University, NB) and Masters Theses focused on environmental monitoring in ecological systems. Her work has been recognized nationally, including receipt of scholarships from the NSERC and the Nova Scotia Institute of Science. Elisabeth has enjoyed the opportunity to incorporate both her biological training and experience with technical writing while working for Noreca. For Noreca’s clients she has participated in report preparation and logistical coordination including data organization and background research.

Elisabeth Frost's Publications

2013

Frost EH, Shutler D, Hillier K, 2013. Effects of fluvalinate on honey bee learning, memory, responsiveness to sucrose, and survival. The Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 2931-2938

2013

Hillier K, Frost EH, Shutler D, 2013. Fate of dermally applied miticides fluvalinate and amitraz within honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) bodies. Journal of Economic Entomology 106: 558-565

2012

Frost EH, Shutler D, Hillier NK, 2012. The proboscis extension reflex to evaluate learning and memory in honeybees (Apis mellifera): Some caveats. Naturwissenschaften 99:677-686

2011

Frost EH, Shutler D, Hillier NK, 2011. Effects of cold immobilization and recovery period on honeybee learning, memory, and responsiveness to sucrose. Journal of Insect Physiology 57:1385-1390