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NSERC-UQAT Industrial Research Chair on northen biodiversity in a mining context

Researchers, collaborators and students

Researchers, collaborators and students

Researchers

Researchers Areas of expertise Researchs Projets
Nicole FENTON, Ph. D.
  • Biodiversity of plants
  • Bryophytes
  • Dynamics of the feather moss – black spruce forest
  • Wetlands
  • Determining the footprint of mines on plant diversity: integrating enigmatic impacts and the mine life cycle
  • Spatial footprint of particulate pollutants around active and restored mines: bryophyte growth and bioaccumulation
  • Using bryophytes to restore mine tailings impoundments: humid sites
  • Regional importance of tailings for waterfowl compared to beaver ponds in Abitibi-Temiscamingue
  • Analysis and modeling of the dynamics of bryophyte and tracheophyte communities in wetlands of northwestern Quebec
  • Lichens and peat lichen communities in Eeyou Istchee James Bay: Biodiversity and environmental determinants
  • Diversity of vertebrate communities in small wetland habitat in northern Quebec
  • Aboriginals use and importance of wetlands and assessment of moose stress near mines in Eeyou Istchee
  • Bryophyte diversity and rare species estimation in boreal forests using remote sensing
  • Below-ground facilitation between tree species in the re-vegetalization of a post-mining site
Hugo ASSELIN, Ph. D.
  • Indigenous forestry
  • Land governance
  • Traditional knowledge
  • Écologie forestière
  • Forest Ecology
  • Aboriginals use and importance of wetlands and assessment of moose stress near mines in Eeyou Istchee
Yves BERGERON, Ph. D.
  • Forest ecology
  • Forest management
  • Fire ecology
  • Climate change
  • Dendrochronology
  • Paleoecology
  • Biodiversity
  • Analysis and modeling of the dynamics of bryophyte and tracheophyte communities in wetlands of northwestern Quebec
Isabelle DEMERS,Ph. D.
  • Mine waste management
  • Mine site reclamation
  • Sustainable mining development
  • Gas movement in mine waste
  • Environmental modeling
  • Environmental desulfurisation
  • Determining the footprint of mines on plant diversity: integrating enigmatic impacts and the mine life cycle
Marie GUITTONNY, Ph. D.
  • Revegetation and reclamation of mine sites
  • Functioning of the soil-plant system
  • Afforestation of disturbed sites
  • Reuse of organic residues
  • Using bryophytes to restore mine tailings impoundments: humid sites
Louis IMBEAU, Ph. D.
  • Biodiversity
  • Wildlife management
  • Wetlands ecology and conservation
  • Sustainable forest management
  • Impacts of logging and fires on wildlife
  • Ornithology
  • Biology
  • Ecology
  • Environment
  • Forestry
  • Mammalogy
  • Regional importance of tailings for waterfowl compared to beaver ponds in Abitibi-Temiscamingue
  • Lichens and peat lichen communities in Eeyou Istchee James Bay: Biodiversity and environmental determinants
  • Diversity of vertebrate communities in small wetland habitat in northern Quebec
  • Aboriginals use and importance of wetlands and assessment of moose stress near mines in Eeyou Istchee
Philippe MARCHAND, Ph. D.
  • Spatial structure of plant communities
  • Models of forest pest epidemics
  • Ecoinformatics
  • Below-ground facilitation between tree species in the re-vegetalization of a post-mining site
Benoit PLANTE, Ph. D.
  • Environmental geochemistry in a mining context
  • Prediction of the geochemical behavior and water quality of mine wastes
  • Contaminated mine drainage
  • Spatial footprint of particulate pollutants around active and restored mines: bryophyte growth and bioaccumulation
Éric ROSA, Ph. D.
  • Hydrogeological mapping
  • Environmental hydrogeochemistry
  • Isotopic geochemistry
  • Wetlands
  • Analysis and modeling of the dynamics of bryophyte and tracheophyte communities in wetlands of northwestern Quebec
Osvaldo VALERIA, Ph. D.
  • Sustainable forest management
  • Geographic information system
  • Remote sensing
  • Forest operations
  • Forest management decision tool
  • Bryophyte diversity and rare species estimation in boreal forests using remote sensing

Students

Students Research projects
Carlos Cerrejon Lozano
  • Bryophyte diversity and rare species estimation in boreal forests using remote sensing.
Émilie Desjardins
  • Regional importance of tailings for waterfowl compared to beaver ponds in Abitibi-Temiscamingue.
Mariano Javier Feldman
  • Diversity of vertebrate communities in small wetland habitat in northern Quebec.
Éliane Grant
  • Aboriginals use and importance of wetlands and assessment of moose stress near mines in Eeyou Istchee.
Marc-Frédéric Indorf
  • Analysis and modeling of the dynamics of bryophyte and tracheophyte communities in wetlands of northwestern Quebec.
Mélanie Jean
  • Spatial footprint of particulate pollutants around active and restored mines: bryophyte growth and bioaccumulation.
Supun Madhumadhawa Pawuluwage
  • Below-ground facilitation between tree species in the re-vegetalization of a post-mining site.
Tana Route
  • Lichens and peat lichen communities in Eeyou Istchee James Bay: Biodiversity and environmental determinants.
Dave Tremblay
  • Using bryophytes to restore mine tailings impoundments: humid sites.
Xiangbo Yin
  • Determining the footprint of mines on plant diversity: integrating enigmatic impacts and the mine life cycle.

Collaborators

  • André Arsenault (Natural Resources Canada)
  • Marcel Darveau (Ducks Unlimited Canada)
  • Marc Mazerolle (Laval University)
  • David Paré (Laurentian Forestry Centre - Canadian Forest Service)
  • Stéphanie Pellerin (Institut de recherche en biologie végétale)
  • Mélanie Roy (Université Toulouse-III-Paul-Sabatier)
  • Nathan Basiliko (Laurentian University)
  • Gabriela Mastromonaco (Curator of Reproductive Programs & Research Toronto Zoo)
  • Richard Caners (Royal Alberta Museum)
  • France Trépanier (Goldcorp - Éléonore)
  • Marjorie Bujold (Goldcorp - Éléonore)

Information

Nicole Fenton, professor titular of the NSERC-UQAT Industrial Research Chair on northern biodiversity in a mining context
Forest Research Institute (FR)
Telephone: 819 762-0971 poste 2312
Email: nicole.fenton@uqat.ca