Le Réseau canadien du CRSNG sur les services des écosystèmes aquatiques (RCSEA)

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pdficon_small Data Synthesis and Repository of Northern Ontario Environmental Data. Theme 1. Project 1.1. P. Whittington* and B.Branfireun. Dept. of Biology, University of Western Ontario. *working out of Laurentian University, Sudbury.

pdficon_small Optical measurements in the characterization of DOM in northern peatland surface waters. Theme 1. Project 1.2.  T. Despault, B. Branfireun. University of Western Ontario.

pdficon_small Couple the Landscapes and Surface Waters of the Hudson Bay Lowland at the Regional, Watershed and Sub-Watershed Scales. Theme 1. Project 1.2. F. Resente1, B. Branfireun2, A. James3. 1Dept. of Geology, Western University; 2Dept. of Biology, University of Western Ontario; 3Dept. of Geography, Nipissing University.

pdficon_small Concordance of Benthic Invertebrate Communities from the Attawapiskat and other Northern Watersheds. Theme 1. Project 1.3a. N. Novodvorsky1, J. Bailey2, J. Gunn1. 1Department of Biology, Laurentian University, 2Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Cooperative Freshwater Ecology Unit, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario.

pdficon_small Analysis of far north lakes in ontario: regional contrasts and comparisons. Theme 1. Project 1.3b. J. MacLeod, W. Keller, and J. Gunn. Cooperative Freshwater Ecology Unit, Biology Department, Laurentian University.

pdficon_small Getting the carbon out: Carbon species exported from poor fen mesocosomes under predicted climate change conditions. Theme 1. Project 1.4. C. Dieleman, B. Branfireun.  Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario

pdficon_small Factors that affect mercury concentrations of walleye in Boreal Shield lakes. Theme 1.  Project 1.5 a. A. Sumner1, J. Gunn1, T. Johnston1, H. Swanson2. 1 Living with Lakes Centre, Laurentian University; 2 Department of Biology, University of Waterloo.

pdficon_small Characterize the distribution of mercury and methylmercury in surface waters and freshwater biota of the Hudson Bay Lowlands. Theme 1. Project 1.5. A.Warnock1, J. Gunn1, and T.Johnston1,21Living with Lakes Centre, Laurentian University. 2Ministry of Natural Resources

pdficon_small Physical, chemical and biological indicators of aquatic ecosystem services from headwaters of forested catchments. Theme 2. Project 2.1. E. Enanga, I.F. Creed. Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario.

pdficon_small Investigating Climate Trends and Cycles in Watersheds of the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Project Sites. Theme 2. Project 2.1.  S.G. Mengistu, I.F. Creed. Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario.

pdficon_small Differential changes in water partitioning from headwater catchments under climate warming across broad geographic gradients. Theme 2. Project 2.1. A.Spargo1, I.F. Creed1, J.Jones2, J.Buttle3,with LTER Network Scientists (See full abstract)

pdficon_small A watershed scale and process-based approach to estimating wetland health.      Theme 2. Project 2.4 J. Serran1, I.F. Creed2. 1Department of Geography, Western University; 2Department of Biology, Western University.

pdficon_small Development of a pan-Canadian hydrological framework for modelling aquatic ecosystem services. Theme 3. Project 3.1. C.O.Dallaire, G. Grill, B. Lehner. Department of Geography, McGill University.

pdficon_small Quantitative Indicators & Metrics of Ecosystem Services, Health and Function. Theme 3.  Project 3.2. P.R.Peres-Neto1 and D. Jackson2 . Department of Biological Sciences, Université de Québec à Montréal; 2Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto.

pdficon_small Evaluating ecosystem health by quantifying resilience.  Theme 3. Project 3.4.
K. Somers3, D. Jackson1, P.R. Peres-Neto2 . 1Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto; 2Department of Biological Sciences, Université of Québec à Montréal; 3Dorset Environmental Science Centre, Ontario Ministry of the Environment.

 pdficon_small Geospatial risk mapping of aquatic system across Canada. Theme 3. Project 3.5. 
M-J. Fortin. Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto

 

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