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A Selection of Research Projects

JapaneseMacaqueM2216 Using fractal analysis to determine if physical impairment in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) alters behavioural movement complexity
Champs_des_Possibles Supporting the possibilities of urban commoning in Montreal’s Champ des Possibles. Photo credit: Amy R. Poteete
Sprawl_Mtl_2011 Envisioning future urban development in Montreal (map by M. Reid; data from Nazarnia et al. 2016)
raffi-schieir-plastic-waste-1920px The role of data in smart waste management and circular economy systems at local scales
Emily_Kroft Exploring the relationship between urban sprawl and multiple ecosystem services in Montreal
research-improving-roads-for-wildlife-banner-vg Changes in habitat amount, fragmentation, and connectivity in the Adirondacks to Laurentians (A2L) transboundary wildlife linkage
mind.heart.mouth. Collective gardening, design, and community care Collective gardening, design, and community care
Senegal_min Protests against large-scale land acquisitions, electoral democracy, and the emergence of rural citizenship in Senegal (Photo credit: Marie Gagné)
An ecological and hydrogeomorphological approach to predicting and restoring salmonid abundance in streams (photo credit: Kyleisha Foote) An ecological and hydrogeomorphological approach to predicting and restoring salmonid abundance (Photo credit: Kyleisha Foote)
flickr-montreal-park-lima-pix-460 Assessing the contribution of public and private green space to urban forest diversity in Montreal: Patterns of functional diversity
Falaise Enhancing biodiversity, social inclusion, and climate resilience through informal urban green spaces
Science-based targets for corporate greenhouse gas emissions Science-based targets for corporate greenhouse gas emissions
Fragmentated_landscape Assessing the degree of landscape fragmentation in Canada over the past 50-70 yrs
Map of Europe with 60 cities, half with and half without greenbelts Analyzing the effects of greenbelts on urban sprawl in European cities
Sinno_bees Relative influence of local and landscape variables on native bee communities in urban ecosystems (Photo credit: Serena Sinno)
Image of weaving Rethinking textiles in an age of waste
BrazilDam The politics of knowledge production in natural resources management: water management in Brazil (Photo credit: Rubens Lima Moraes)
salvelinus-fontinalis-brooke-trout-460 Effects of intraspecific diversity and eco-evolutionary feedbacks on potential climate change adaptation in Cape Race brook trout
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