Former members

Postdoctoral fellows Research subject
Angélique Lazartigues
Fish sources and habitat connectivity in St. Lawrence system
Heather Mariash
Freshwater biology
Chih-Lin Wei
Diversity and function of canada’s three oceans
Ph.D Students
Thesis Title
Lucie Vanalderweireldt
Le retour du bar rayé dans l’estuaire du Saint-Laurent : écologie des jeunes stades de vie et caractérisation des habitats essentielles
Guillaume Grosbois
Zooplankton use of terrestrial organic matter in boreal aquatic food webs
Tobias Schneider
Environmental control of zooplankton pigmentation
Julie Lemieux
Role of diversity components on the functioning of the benthic intertidal ecosystem
Véronique Leclerc
Impact of forest harvesting on ecology of early life history of yellow perch (Perca flavescens): implication for survival and recruitment of population
Master Student
dissertation title
Emilie Lavoie
Fish Ecology
David-Alexandre Gauthier
Importance of rotifers community in boreal lakes
Maxime Larouche
Est-ce que l’hameçon circulaire peut réduire la mortalité à la remise à l’eau sans diminuer le succès de pêche?
Tommy Larouche
Perch larvae connectivity in the St. Lawrence river
Valérie Bergeron
Reconstitution of environmental conditions of Lake St-Jean in the last 250 years
Patrick Plourde-Lavoie
Temporal trends of sport fishing of brook trout in Quebec “territoires fauniques structurés”
Laetitia Joseph
Resistance of benthic intertidal communities to multiple stresses
Maud Gauthier
Paleolimnologic reconstitution of recent environmental conditions of the Saglek region, Labrador
Olivier Morissette
Essential habitats of larvea and juvenile stripped bass population of the St. Lawrence
Chantale Girard
Spatial variability of otoliths elemental fingerprint of larval and juvenile yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in Lake Saint-Pierre, St. Lawrence River
Vanessa Paradis
Spatial variability of zooplankton and larval feeding of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence
Jérôme Plourde
Planktonic predation of two main pelagic forage fish in the Lake Saint-Jean: the rainbow smelt and trout-perch
François Demontigny
Description of diet and comparison of food niche of three species of forage fish larvae in the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence: the Sand lances, the Arctic shanny and the Snakeblenny
Pascale Gobeil
Evaluation of work planning and habitat restoration of brook trout in the Laurentides wildlife reserve
Gabriel Diab
Growth and recruitment of rainbow smelt larvae in the Saguenay fjord
Dominic Gauthier Characterization and spatial distribution of the megabenthic community of the St. Lawrence Estuary
Isabelle Tremblay-Rivard
Impact of forest harvesting on diet of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and trophic structure in boreal lakes
Annick Drouin
Community structure of invertebrates and amphibians in lakes with and without brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in the boreal forest
Amélie Bérubé
Winter mortality of freshwater rainbow smelt
Karine Gagnon
Distribution and abundance of rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) larvae in Lake Saint-Jean
Geneviève Tremblay
Impact of predation on the recruitment of rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) in Lake Saint-Jean
Anne-Lise Fortin
Diet and main factors influencing the feeding of young rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) in Lake Saint-Jean

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