Ashlee Jollymore is a PhD Candidate supervised by Dr. Mark Johnson in the Resource Management and Environmental Sustainability program at UBC.  A chemist by training, her work focuses on ecohydrologic approaches to sustainable water provision in urban areas, specifically looking at water and organic matter flows at different municipal system scales

Supervisor: Dr. Mark S. Johnson 

Project title: Big or small? Altering the scale of municipal water service provision

Research Interests: Sustainable water provision, ecohydrology in urban and natural systems, integrated resource management

  1. Jollymore, A.Johnson, M.S. and Hawthorne, I. (2012). Submersible UV-Vis spectroscopy for quantifying streamwater organic carbon dynamics: implementation and challenges before and after forest harvest in a headwater stream. Sensors12(4): 3798-3813. doi:10.3390/s120403798
  2. Jollymore, A., Li, H. Mechanics of Protein and Tailored Mechanics of Engineered Proteins in Molecular Manipulation with Atomic Force Microscopy. (2011) Taylor & Francis Books, Duwez, A.S (editor), CRC Press
  3. Jollymore, A., Li, H. (2010) The Folding Behavior of Bacillus Circulans Xylanase Revealed Using Single Molecule AFMJ. Mol Biol. 402(3), 610-617
  4. Jollymore, A., Lethias, C., Peng, Q., Cao, Y., Li, H. (2009) Nanomechanical Properties of Tenascin-X Revealed by Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy. J. Mol. Biol. 385, 1277-1286