08 March 2019
Successful fieldwork at Deception Bay

In summer 2018, we carried out 3 field trips to Deception Bay (Nunavik) as part of the research project on the consequences of shrub densification on the food resources of migratory caribou. These trips allowed us to collect...+ learn more


12 February 2019
Predator work 2018

2018 has been quite a busy year in terms of field work on caribou predators. Our team conducted two field trips, in the spring and fall, to the calving area of the migratory caribou in Quebec and Labrador. These trips led to the...+ learn more


13 March 2018
Louis-Edmond Hamelin prize awarded to a Caribou Ungava student

The annual symposium of the Centre for northern studies was held on the 15th and 16th february 2018, at the Université de Sherbrooke. During this event, Michaël Bonin, a doctoral student, received the Louis-Edmond Hamelin prize...+ learn more


23 January 2018
Recent additions on Caribou Ungava YouTube Chain

Fourteen videos recorded with camera collars installed on female caribou of the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd are now available online. Each video approximately covers a one week period providing observations of migratory caribou...+ learn more


20 December 2017
Caribou Ungava and the Northern Sustainable Development Research Chair are launching an interactive map!

Caribou Ungava and the Northern Sustainable Development Research Chair have joined effort to create a story map on caribou and land use. It is now possible to visualize in the blink of an eye interactions between mining...+ learn more


18 December 2017
A second successful field trip for the “muskoxen” team!

The second field trip took place from November 27th to December 6th in the Ungava region. Steeve Côté (professor, U. Laval), Joëlle Taillon (biologist, MFFP), Charles Jutras (wildlife technician, MFFP), Stéphane Lair (veterinary,...+ learn more


15 December 2017
Increase in shrub cover and caribou, Deception Bay, QC.

We completed three visits to Deception Bay during summer 2017. These field sessions were used to complete a second year of data gathering on the experiment aiming to evaluate the impact of the increase of shrub cover on caribou...+ learn more


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