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Thursday, December 15 • 15:25 - 16:45
Speed Talks II / Présentations éclair II

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3:25-3:30 Jesse T. Rieb: Quantifying the relationship between nature and technology in the co-production of three ecosystem services.
3:30-3:35 Jeoffrey Auclair: Évaluation expérimentale des services écosystémiques d’approvisionnement en eau et de régulation du carbone pour le Québec méridional dans le cadre du Système de comptabilité environnementale et économique
3:35-3:40 Mathieu Monfette: Intégration et processus d’appropriation des connaissances scientifiques d’une communauté autochtone dans le contexte hydrologique de la rivière George, Québec.  
3:40-3:45 Nafisa Sarwath: Implementation Challenges of Biodiversity Conservation Policies 3:45-3:50 Alejandra Zaga Mendez: Pérenniser les pratiques agro-environnementales: le rôle des institutions dans l'adaptation aux changements climatiques en milieu agricole.  
3:50-3:55 Dickson Wong: Incorporating optimal foraging theory and the environmental matching hypothesis into invader impact prediction                
3:55-4:00 Kevin Duclos: Of mice and blobs: 3D methods for the shape analysis of amorphous objects
4:00-4:05 Alexis Carteron: Influence des mycorhizes sur le stockage du carbone : comparaison entre le hêtre américain et l'érable à sucre  
4:05-4:10 Thomas Zgirski: Disentangling cumulative human impacts on three altricial cavity nesting birds. An ecophysiological and ecotoxicological approach.
4:10-4:15 Katie L. Millette: Building and breaking barriers: anthropogenic disturbance leads to continental-scale level of genetic diversity
4:15-4:20 Audréanne Loiselle: Impact de l'urbanisation sur la diversité taxonomique et fonctionnelles de la végétation dans les milieux humides non-riverains 
4:20-4:25 Ariel Greiner: Habitat Connectivity Impacts Ecosystem Functioning  
4:25-4:30 Alexandre Beaudoin: Analyse de la gouvernance des projets de corridors écologiques à Montréal  
4:30-4:35 Julia Nordlund: Multispecies distribution modeling: using integrative methods to project assemblages of vertebrate tick hosts of Lyme diseas
4:35-4:40 Pierre Legagneux: Our house is burning and we are looking elsewhere: climate change vs biodiversity loss coverage in the media 
4:40-4:45 Alessandra Loria Adaptation to metals in invertebrates: a Meta-Analysis



Speakers
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Jeoffrey Auclair

Évaluation expérimentale des services écosystémiques d’approvisionnement en eau et de régulation du carbone pour le Québec méridional dans le cadre du Système de comptabilité environnementale et économiqueJeoffrey Auclair, Jérôme Dupras, Didier BabinUNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC... Read More →
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Alexandre Beaudoin

Analyse de la gouvernance des projets de corridors écologiques à Montréal Alexandre BEAUDOINUNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC EN OUTAOUAISCities, where 54% of the population is concentrated worldwide, and 81% in the case of Canada, are under important pressure, disrupting the ecosystem services... Read More →
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Alexis Carteron

Influence des mycorhizes sur le stockage du carbone : comparaison entre le hêtre américain et l'érable à sucreAlexis Carteron et Étienne LalibertéCENTRE SUR LA BIODIVERSITÉ, INSTITUT DE RECHERCHE EN BIOLOGIE VÉGÉTALE, DÉPARTEMENT DE SCIENCES BIOLOGIQUES, UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL... Read More →
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Kevin Duclos

Of mice and blobs: 3D methods for the shape analysis of amorphous objectsKevin Duclos, Heather JamniczkyUNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL/UNIVERSITY OF CALGARYMorphometric techniques are at the center of the study of form and function. Over the past three decades, these techniques have evolved... Read More →
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Ariel Greiner

Habitat Connectivity Impacts Ecosystem FunctioningAriel Greiner, Dr. Patrick Thompson, Dr. Andrew GonzalezMCGILL UNIVERSITYHabitat loss is fragmenting natural ecosystems worldwide - resulting in the loss of biodiversity and the degradation of ecosystem functioning and the many benefits... Read More →
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Pierre Legagneux

Our house is burning and we are looking elsewhere: climate change vs biodiversity loss coverage in the mediaQCBS symposium 2016, Montreal – Abstract submissionRopars P1,2,3, Legagneux P1,2,3, Archambault P4, Bêty J1,2,3, Berteaux D1,2,3, Casajus N1, Cazelles K1,2, Chevallier C1,2,3,4... Read More →
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Audréanne Loiselle

L'impact de l'urbanisation sur la diversité taxonomique et fonctionnelle de la végétation des milieux humides non-riverains.Audréanne LoiselleINSTITUT DE RECHERCHE EN BIOLOGIE VÉGÉTALEL'urbanisation est l'une des principales causes de la perte de biodiversité et de l'homogénéisation... Read More →
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Alessandra Loria

Adaptation to metals in invertebrates: a Meta-Analysis.Alessandra Loria, Melania Cristescu, Andrew GonzalezMCGILL UNIVERSITYGenetic adaptation to pollution has been studied intensively since the first observations of heavy metal tolerance in plants a few decades ago and is now represented... Read More →
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Alejandra Zaga Mendez

Pérenniser les pratiques agro-environnementales: le rôle des institutions dans l'adaptation aux changements climatiques en milieu agricole.Alejandra Zaga Mendez, Jérôme DuprasUNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC EN OUTAOUAISCe projet de recherche porte sur comment les institutions encouragent... Read More →
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Katie L. Millette

Building and breaking barriers: anthropogenic disturbance leads to continental-scale level of genetic diversityKatie L. Millette, Andrew Gonzalez, Melania E. CristescuMCGILL UNIVERSITYEnvironmental selection in disturbed habitats are expected to erode genetic diversity. Moreover... Read More →
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Mathieu Monfette

Intégration et processus d’appropriation des connaissances scientifiques d’une communauté autochtone dans le contexte hydrologique de la rivière George, Québec. Mathieu MonfetteUNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉALLa rivière George est l’une des dernières rivières d’importance du... Read More →
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Julia Nordlund

Multispecies distribution modeling: using integrative methods to project assemblages of vertebrate tick hosts of Lyme diseaseJulia NordlundMCGILL UNIVERSITYAim: Lyme disease has become the most common vector-borne zoonosis in the temperate zone and is rapidly spreading across North... Read More →
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Jesse T. Rieb

Quantifying the relationship between nature and technology in the co-production of three ecosystem services.Jesse T. Rieb, Elena M. BennettMCGILL UNIVERSITYEcosystem services (ES) are increasingly becoming an important tool for environmental management. While most current ES models... Read More →
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Nafisa Sarwath

Implementation Challenges of Biodiversity Conservation PoliciesNafisa Sarwath and Dr. John FitzGibbonCONCORDIA UNIVERSITYIn a rapidly changing environment, management of natural resources is essential. Currently the world is undergoing a rapid loss of biodiversity through extinctions... Read More →
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Dickson Wong

Incorporating optimal foraging theory and the environmental matching hypothesis into invader impact prediction Dickson Wong, Anthony RicciardiMCGILL UNIVERSITYThe round goby (Neogobius melastomus) is an invasive bottom dwelling fish in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River basin... Read More →
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Thomas Zgirski

Disentangling cumulative human impacts on three altricial cavity nesting birds. An ecophysiological and ecotoxicological approach.Zgirski T., Vézina F., Legagneux P.UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC à RIMOUSKIHuman activities induce multiple stressors that organisms have to cope with in their... Read More →


Thursday December 15, 2016 15:25 - 16:45 EST
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