Our research is broadly focused on the causes and consequences of biodiversity change.
To do that we create new theories on a range of topics from metacommunities to evolutionary rescue. We test and refine theory with experiments--in the lab and the field--by employing a range of model and non-model systems. We strive to communicate our findings far beyond the Ivory tower.
We are also engaged in changing how collaborative science is done and how science is used by policy. Contact us if you can't find what you are looking for here.
Visit also the QCBS, a research network we launched in 2009.
Turney, S., Gonzalez, A., and Millien, V. (2014) The negative relationship between mammal host diversity and Lyme disease incidence strengthens through time. Ecology (online early)
Martins, K.T., Gonzalez, A. and Lechowicz, M. (2014) Pollination services are mediated by bee functional diversity and landscape context. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment
Nature News & Views (2013): Biodiversity: the ecological deficit
Fussmann, G. and Gonzalez, A. (2013) Evolutionary rescue can maintain an oscillating community undergoing environmental change. Interface
Special issue on "Evolutionary Rescue in Changing Environments" in Phil. Trans. of the Royal Society.
15 great papers on this fast breaking area of eco-evo dynamics.
Michael, Patrick and Ed working hard to submit their PhD theses this semester!
We're in the thick of working with engineers for LEAP: Large Experimental Array of Ponds at the Gault field reserve and station.
An ecological network for Montreal's Greenbelt.
Visit our project webpage to find out more.