A Selection of Research Projects
Using fractal analysis to determine if physical impairment in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) alters behavioural movement complexity
Supporting the possibilities of urban commoning in Montreal’s Champ des Possibles. Photo credit: Amy R. Poteete
Changes in habitat amount, fragmentation, and connectivity in the Adirondacks to Laurentians (A2L) transboundary wildlife linkage
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 (Photo credit: Kyleisha Foote)
Advancing the consideration of ecological connectivity in Environmental Assessment (painting by Charla Patterson)
Wildlife mortality in the Eastern Townships before mitigation measures (photo credit: Steffy Velosa).
Assessing the contribution of public and private green space to urban forest diversity in Montreal: Patterns of functional diversity
Enhancing biodiversity, social inclusion, and climate resilience through informal urban green spaces in Montreal
Relative influence of local and landscape variables on native bee communities in urban ecosystems (Photo credit: Serena Sinno)
Urban sprawl in Canada in all Census Metropolitan Areas and corresponding Census Subdivisions (photo credit: Craig Townsend).
The politics of knowledge production in natural resources management: water management in Brazil (Photo credit: Rubens Lima Moraes)
Effects of intraspecific diversity and eco-evolutionary feedbacks on climate change adaptation in Cape Race brook trout
Modelling potential high-turtle presence zones along roads and their application to Québec (photo credits: Michael Rolheiser)