Nicolas Fortin St-Gelais
Postdoc collaborator who worked on assessing aquatic ecosystem serves related to guidelines and developing tools to address watershed development thresholds in lakes related to land use and climate change. He is co-founder and Scientific Director CANN forecast.
Postdoc collaborator who worked briefly in the lab on developing a tool to predict hypoxia at broad spatial scales. Currently a postdoc at .
Postdoc collaborator who worked on the functional traits of protists in the Labrador Sea. After a postdoc at NRC, Montreal, she is now working in conservation with the Organisme de Bassin Versant (OBV) Varenne Soulange.
Postdoc collaborator working on C cycling in Lac St-Pierre. Currently undergraduate program officer, Département des sciences biologiques, Université de Montréal.
Postdoc collaborators working on N acquisition by different phytoplankton species in Brazilian Reservoirs. Currently a Professor at University of Sao Paolo, Sao Paulo, Brasil.
Postdoc collaborator with Denis Archambault and Gwenaëlle Chailloux of UQTR working on impacts of organisms on nitrogen removal in sediments. Currently a Maître de Conférence in Angers, France.
Stephanie worked on coupled biogeochemical cycles in a north temperate river (codirected with JF Lapierre). She is currently a postdoc the Maranger lab working on NANI and NAPI control point characterization in a joint project with the Ministère de l'environnement et lutte contre les changements climatiques (MELCC).
Morgan worked on submerged aquatic vegetation and the ecosystem services they provide. She is currently a postdoc in our lab.
Richard worked on carbon cycling across aquatic ecosystems and was the first to conclusively demonstrate the effectiveness of the microbial carbon pump in natural samples in the Labrador Sea. He is currently a postdoc at the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology in Germany.
Jean-Olivier worked on nutrient histories and the influence of landscape and climate on nutrient loading to rivers. Jean-Olivier is currently a postdoc at the Laval University
Co-supervised, main advisor Isabelle Laurion
Maciek worked on the impact of warming on the global warming potential of small and shallow lakes. After a postdoc at the University of Basel, Maciek is a Research Professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
Dan worked on characterizing bacterial C dynamics in the Arctic Ocean as a participant in the Circumpolar Flaw Lead (CFL) study during the International Polar Year in 2007-2008. Dan is currently responsible for the undergraduate program officer in the Department of biology at Université de Montréal.
Laure worked on characterizing nitrogen cycling, including N2O emissions, in large rivers and highlighted the importance of plant functional traits in nitrogen processing. She is currently Scientific Direction of the Think Tan IPAR in Senegal.
Student collaborator, main advisor Kim Juniper (UVic)
Damian worked with us on characterizing N2O in the North Pacific. Damian is currently an Assistant Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences.
Helen did some pioneering work in N2O and overall greenhouse gas emissions in streams, primarily with Peter Dillon (Trent U), but in collaboration with myself and Sherry Schiff (U Waterloo). She is currently a Professor at the University of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan.
Andréanne worked on creating a social ecological biogeography of Canadian lakes as part of the Lake Pulse Network. She is now working for Environment Canada.
Philippe, co-directed by Maranger (directed by J. Talbot in Geography), worked on characterizing C stocks in various wetland types. He now works in environmental consulting.
Daphnée was co-directed by Maranger (directed by T. Poisot) and worked on a novel approach to characterize green and blue corridors. She now works as Project coordinator for the comité ZIP du Haut Saint-Laurent and is the Director general of the non-profit Éco-pivot.
Charles worked on characterizing the influence of urbanisation on stream water quality. He is currently project lead at the Conseil Regional en Environnement (CRE) de Montérégie.
MSc intern from Montpellier 2018
Nikita spent four months with us characterizing the relative input of nutrients from wastewater treatment plants relative to diffuse sources in the St-Lawrence basin. He is currently an environmental consultant with WSP.
Stéphanie worked on nitrification in a small oligotrophic lake and discovered that activity was particularly high under ice! She is currently works as a project coordinator for the OBV of Rivière Rouge et Petit Nation.
Marie-Pier worked on the functional traits of zooplankton, focusing on effect traits to better link community structure to ecosystem function. After a PhD at McGill University, she is now doing a postdoc in Vermont and UQAC .
Cynthia worked on characterizing N2O emissions from aquatic boreal networks. After a PhD at UQAM and a postdoc at Lethbridge, whe is now a research scientist for the MELCC
Marie-Ève worked on characterizing the role of nitrogen species in controlling cyanobacterial community composition and their influence on cyanotoxicity. After a PhD at EWAG, she is currently a postdoc at McGill.
Morgan worked on characterizing the role of land use and internal processing on the nitrogen stable isotopic signature of lake sediments. She also modelled within lake N cycling using nitrate dual stable isotopes approach. After serving as a GRIL research coordinator, and doing a PhD, she is currently a postdoc in the Maranger lab.
Jacqueline worked on nitrogen cycling in estuarine sediments of the St-Lawrence. She is currently working a the research and development office of Université de Montréal.
Gabriel worked on N cycling and greenhouse emissions from constructed wetlands with different plant communities. After a PhD at Stanford with Peter Vitousek and a Postdoctoral fellow at UBC, Gabriel in now a Professor at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Catherine worked on the role of submerged aquatic vegetation as indicators of N enrichment. She is currently an environmental consultant.