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Annie Séguin

Effect of direct and indirect disturbances on biodiversity patterns and ecosystem functioning

Annie Séguin
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2008 : B.Sc. Biology (Marine Sciences) Université du Québec à Rimouski 2008-Present: Ph.D. Oceanography (Fast-track) Université du Québec à Rimouski Interests : Benthic Ecology, Disturbance regimes, Biodiversity, Ecosystem functioning

Philippe Archambault

Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, Université du Québec à Rimouski

2009 - present

Ecosystem Function, EF-01: Effects of Biodiversity Changes on Intertidal Ecosystems

annie.seguin@uqar.qc.ca

The general aim of the project is to study the effect of direct and indirect disturbances on marine biodiversity patterns and ecosystem functioning.

The specific project/thesis aims are:

    1. To experimentally test the effect of disturbance regimes on spatial variability of benthic assemblages.
    2. To identify and model the best predictors of multiple extinction effects on Biodiversity-Ecosystem functioning relationship.
    3. To experimentally test the effect of body size on ecosystem functioning.

This thesis links with project included within the research axe EF-01, sharing similar issues with the labs of Frédéric Guichard and Mathieu Cusson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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