We are a group of spatial ecologists interested in how spatial and temporal heterogeneity affects ecological and evolutionary processes. Research in the lab specifically examines how forest landscape structure affects spatial population dynamics, landscape connectivity, gene flow, and interactions among disturbances such as forest fire, insect outbreaks, and forest management. Using empirical, simulation, and statistical approaches we aim to improve our understanding of the links between pattern and processes to better forecast the long-term ecosystem consequences of land-use and climate change and to improve forest management strategies.


Lab BBQ - 2015

Paysage de la côte nord