I am studying complex trophic networks through computational methods in order to explain hidden marine ecosystems properties and functions. I am currently focussing on the rapidly changing Arctic marine ecosystems.
Professor in computational marine ecology, specialized in Arctic plankton dynamics and the impacts of climate change.
She is creating a nitrogen and carbon based biogeochemical model to assess the impacts of Climate Change and river regulation.
My research interests are digital modeling and marine ecology. I started a Ph.D. at Laval University in 2017 with Frédéric Maps.
I am a post-doctoral fellow working on modelling transfer of nutrients and environmental contaminants from low to high trophic level species in marine Arctic ecosystems.
I am a PhD student in Oceanography at Université Laval (Québec), co-supervised by Prof. Louis Fortier and Prof. Frédéric Maps. I study Arctic zooplankton and fish dynamics.