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Nicolas Casajus

 

Professionnel de recherche

Chaire de Recherche du Canada en Conservation des Écosystèmes Nordiques

Campus de Rimouski
300 Allée des Ursulines
Rimouski
Québec, Canada
G5L 3A1

418.723.1986, poste 1596
nicolas_casajus@uqar.ca

 

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Communications scientifiques

Berteaux, D., Ricard, M., St-Laurent, M.-H., Casajus, N., Périé, C., Beauregard, F., De Blois, S., 2018. Northern protected areas will become important refuges for biodiversity tracking suitable climates. Scientific Reports, 8: Article number: 4623. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-23050-w.

Lamarre, V., Legagneux, P., Franke, A., Casajus, N., Currie, D., Berteaux, D., Bêty, J., 2018. Precipitation and ectoparasitism reduce reproductive success in anarctic-nesting top-predator. Scientific Reports, 8: Article number: 8530. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-26131-y.

Legagneux, P., Casajus, N., Cazelles, K., Chevallier, C., Chevrinais, M., Guéry, L., Jacquet, C., Jaffré, M., Naud, M.-J., Noisette, F., Ropars, P., Vissault, S., Archambault, P., Bêty, J., Berteaux, D., Gravel, D., 2018. Our house is burning: discrepancy in climate change vs biodiversity coverage in the media as compared to scientific literature. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution(published online first). DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00175.

Gendreau, Y., Lachance, A., Ricard, M., Gilbert, H., Casajus, N., Berteaux, D., 2017. Changements climatiques: défis et perspectives pour les plantes vasculaires menacées ou vulnérables du Québec. Le Naturaliste Canadien, 142(1): 16-35. DOI: http://dx.10.7202/1042011ar.

Rioux, M.-J., Lai, S., Casajus, N., Bêty, J., Berteaux, D., 2017. Winter home range fidelity and extraterritorial movements of Arctic fox pairs in the Canadian High Arctic. Polar Research, 36(Issue sup1: Arctic Fox Biology and Management): 11. DOI: 10.1080/17518369.2017.1316930.

Casajus, N., Périé, C., Logan, T., Lambert, M.-C., De Blois, S., Berteaux, D., 2016. An objective approach to select climate scenarios when projecting species distribution under climate change. PLoS one, 11(3): e0152495. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0152495.

Berteaux, D., Casajus, N., De Blois, S., 2014. Changements climatiques et biodiversité du Québec: Vers un nouveau patrimoine naturel? Presses de l’Université du Québec, 202 pages. Québec, Canada.

Bolduc, É., Casajus, N., Legagneux, P., McKinnon, L., Gilchrist, G., Leung, M., Morrison, R.I.G., Reid, D.G., Smith, P.A., Buddle, C.M., Bêty, J., 2013. Terrestrial arthropod abundance and phenology in the Canadian Arctic: modelling resource availability for Arctic-nesting insectivorous birds. The Canadian Entomologist, 145(Special Issue 02): 155-170. DOI: 10.4039/tce.2013.4.

Berteaux, D., de Blois, S., Angers, J.-F., Bonin, J., Casajus, N., Darveau, M., Fournier, F., Humphries, M.M., McGill, B.J., Larivée, J., Logan, T., Nantel, P., Périé, C., Poisson, F., Rodrigue, D., Rouleau, S., Siron, R., Thuiller, W., Vescovi, L., 2010. The CC-Bio project : studying the effects of climate change on Quebec biodiversity. Diversity, 2: 1181-1204. DOI: 10.3390/d2111181.

 
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