Our research is focused on the causes and consequences of biodiversity change.
We develop new theories on a range of topics from ecological networks to evolutionary rescue that explain biodiversity change. We test and refine theory with experiments, in the lab and the field. We translate these findings into knowledge for conservation and policy, in particular on the conservation and restoration of ecological connectivity in heavily impacted landscapes.
We are also committed to improving opportunities for collaboration and training in biodiversity science via the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science a research network we founded in 2009.
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