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Fanie Pelletier

Full Professor, Official University Page

Canada Research Chair in Evolutionary Demography and Conservation

 

BSc Université Laval | PhD Université de Sherbrooke | PDF Imperial College London and Centre for Population biology |

My research program explores how rapid evolutionary changes can affect the population dynamics of wild species. Members of my group and I carry out studies that range from pure evolutionary demography to conservation. Most of our work is based on longitudinal studies of marked animal populations (such as wild sheep and goats) to understand how change in environmental conditions (natural and artificial) lead to change in life histories, ecology and population dynamics and how these changes could feedback on the ecological dynamics.

 

 

See the research page to have an overview of the current projects of my Lab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching:

ECL-534: Behavioural Ecology

ECL- 535: Behavioural Ecology Lab

 

Office: D8-3011, Pavillon des Sciences de la vie

Lab : D8-3028

 

Contact details :

Département de Biologie, Faculté des Sciences

2500, boul. de l'Université

Sherbrooke, Québec, J1K 2R1

CANADA

 

Phone: (819) 821-8000 x 61092

Fax: (819) 821-8049

 

 

Email : Fanie.Pelletier@USherbrooke.ca

 
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News from the lab

 

  • March 2017 - Fanie and colleagues received an award for the quality of their teaching. Congratulations!

  • February 2017 - Our work on horn growth evolution in bighorn sheep was used in a recently published paper in Nature Ecology & Evolution.

  • December 2016 - Gabriel Pigeon win the best oral presentation award for his talk on cohort effects on bighorn sheep at QCBS congress. Congratulations!

  • August 2016 - Our paper on human as a shield in brown bear was the 5th most read in Proceedings of the Royal Society last month!

  • February 2016 - M.Sc. candidate position available in the lab! The M.Sc. candidate will explore the links between habitat quality and horn growth of bighorn rams. For more details, click here.

 

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Département de biologie, Faculté des Sciences Université de Sherbrooke, 2500 boul. de l'Université, Sherbrooke, QC, J1K 2R1