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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 mind.heart.mouth. 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
Forest_Switzerland The meaning of forests: How climate change mitigation strategies affect local relationships to forests in Switzerland
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
Claire_Oneill_Sanger_Site_opt Reconstructing environmental variability over the past millennium in southeastern Québec
Sinno_bees Relative influence of local and landscape variables on native bee communities in urban ecosystems (Photo credit: Serena Sinno)
20130912-President-Alan-Shepard-Meet-Greet-Loyola-BBQ-347-600x400 Dynamics of change in transition toward sustainability: Insights from institutional theory
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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