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Tuesday, December 15 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
1A. Effects of global change | Changements globaux

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  • 10h30-10h45 : Ming Ni - Space-for-time inferences about range-edge dynamics of tree species can be influenced by sampling biases
  • 10h45-11h00 : Audréanne Loiselle - Impacts des changements climatiques et d'utilisation du territoire sur la typologie des milieux humides lacustres
  • 11h00-11h15 : Brogan Stewart - Climate change impacts on potential future ranges of non-human primate species
  • 11h15-11h30 : Rebecca Garner - Microbial eukaryotic diversity in Canadian lakes in the Anthropocene
  • 11h30-11h45 : Emily Kroft - Linking Urban Density to Indicators of Human Health
  • 11h45-12h00 : Brenden Chabot - How and where exotic species change the Canadian Great Lakes wetlands biodiversity


Ming Ni

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e

Audréanne Loiselle

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Loin d’être de simples écotones entre les milieux terrestres et aquatiques, les milieux humides lacustres sont des écosystèmes diversifiés, soutenant une vaste gamme de fonctions et services écologiques. Leur typologie est fortement influencée par les caractéristiques hydrogéomorphologiques... Read More →

Brogan Stewart

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Climate change is likely to negatively affect the habitats of non-human primate species. Recent research has identified a near-linear relationship between cumulative CO2 emissions, and the resulting regional and seasonal temperature increase. We use this relationship to assess the... Read More →

Rebecca Garner

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Microbial eukaryotes represent a morphologically, phylogenetically, and ecologically diverse fraction of lake microbiomes whose contributions to lake food webs and biogeochemistry have yet to be fully elucidated. Moreover, as human pressures on lakes increase and diversify, the responses... Read More →

Emily Kroft

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Rapid growth in urban development has sparked debate in the literature about how to design cities in a way that minimizes environmental impact. One aspect of this issue is whether or not urban densification reduces access to environmental benefits. We address the question: How does... Read More →

Brenden Chabot

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Coastal wetlands play crucial ecological, economic and social roles that stem from their rich biodiversity. They provide essential habitat for a large variety of species, mitigate climate change and offer coastal protection and water purification. However, the Great Lakes (GL) wetlands... Read More →

Tuesday December 15, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
Room 1 | Salle 1