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Tuesday, December 15 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Speed talks | Présentations éclair : Biodiversity and Society 1 | Biodiversité et société 1

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5 min per presentation (3 min presentation + 2 min questions)
  • 14h05-14h10 : Ann Lévesque - La justice environnementale comme cadre d’analyse aux conflits de conservation : le cas du lac Saint-Pierre, Québec
  • 14h10-14h15 : Antoine Hénault - Stress et isolation spatiale des toits verts: Aucune évidence d’effet sur la richesse microbienne, mais microbiome distinct des parcs urbains
  • 14h15-14h20 : Dane Pedersen - Trust, control, and risk in the Salish Sea
  • 14h20-14h25 : Veronica Groves - The effect of an emerging fishery on the abundance and life history traits of a small African cyprinid fish in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda
  • 14h25-14h30 : Jonathan Cole - Changes in landscape structure in the Adirondack to Laurentians (A2L) region from 1992-2018: Identifying trends in land use/land cover change and fragmentation.
  • 14h30-14h35 : Julia McDowell - Low economic, political, and cultural diversity within the largest global networks of marine reserves

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Ann Lévesque

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e, Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)
Les milieux naturels sont soumis à diverses pressions où la coexistence entre l'agriculture, la conservation, la gestion de la faune et des ressources hydriques peut devenir une source de tensions, ou même de conflits. À travers le prisme de la justice environnementale, cette... Read More →

Antoine Hénault

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Les toits verts sont de plus en plus utilisés comme des outils de mitigations contre les îlots de chaleur et pour la gestion des eaux pluviales. On reconnait maintenant le rôle essentiel du microbiome du sol pour de nombreuses fonctions écosystémiques. Cependant, on en connaît... Read More →

Dane Pedersen

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
The Salish Sea is the inland body of water between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia and Washington, requiring collaborative governance from a range of diverse actors spanning Western Canada and United States. It is home to the endangered southern resident killer... Read More →

Veronica Groves

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Inland fisheries are vitally important for food security in many parts of the world; however, many are threatened by overexploitation. Harvesting can have strong impacts on fishes, driving declines in abundance, and occasionally, changing life history traits. Much of our current understanding... Read More →

Jonathan Cole

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
The landscape between the Laurentian Mountains in Québec and the Adirondack Mountains in New York State is one of three north-south wildlife movement linkages that connect natural areas in Southeastern Canada with Northeastern United States. This region boasts a wide variety of habitats... Read More →

Julia McDowell

Student Speaker | Étudiant.e
Cooperation between countries in marine management to protect shared resources is beneficial both ecologically and economically. Marine reserves are not designed with connectivity to other reserves as a top priority, and most are designated by a single country. A group of marine reserves... Read More →

Tuesday December 15, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Room 4 | Salle 4