Marie-Josee Fortin

Professor - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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Campus

Areas of Interest

conservation, connectivity

Biography

An ecologist by training, Marie-Josée has four main research areas: spatial ecology, disturbance ecology, conservation, and spatial statistics. Her research program studies the effects of global change (landuse and climate) on species spatial dynamics at the landscape and geographical range levels both in multiuse forested ecosystems and aquatic networks to maintain biodiversity and species conservation.

Research Areas

Spacial ecology