We study the causes and consequences of biodiversity change. Several key questions motivate what we do:
We recently started a spin-off company (Eco2Urb) that is applying our science to the design of ecological networks for cities, like Montreal.
I also support collaboration and training in biodiversity science via the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science, a large research network of 120 researchers and ~500 graduate students, we founded in 2009.
On twitter @bio_diverse
Strydom, T., Catchen, M. D. et al. (2021) A roadmap towards predicting species interaction networks (across space and time). Phil. Trans. B (online)
Hebert, MP., et al. (2021) Widespread agrochemicals differentially affect zooplankton biomass and community structure. Ecological Applications (online)
Akira, S.M., Dee, LE, Gonzalez, A. et al. (2021) Biodiversity-productivity relationships are key to nature-based solutions. Nature Climate Change (online)
Loreau, M., et al. (2021) Biodiversity as insurance: from concept to measurement and application. Biological Reviews (online version) openaccess
van Moorsel, S. (2021) Prior exposure to stress allows the maintenance of an ecosystem cycle following severe acidification. Oikos (online)