20 July 2010
June calving ground field work

June 4th to 14th, 2010, a team composed of Stéphane Rivard (MRNF), Mélanie Pachkowski (UdeS), Mael Le Corre (ULaval), Pascal Ouellet (MRNF), and Jean-Yves Lacasse (Héli-Boréal) took flight from Sept-Îles for the calving grounds...+ learn more


13 July 2010
Representing Caribou Ungava, CEN and Arcticnet in Labrador

From 1-4 June, Joëlle Taillon was in Nain, Labrador, to participate in the first community research forum held by the Nunatsiavut Government. Joëlle was representing Arcticnet, the Centre for northern studies and Caribou Ungava....+ learn more


02 June 2010
Caribou Ungava at the annual meeting of the CSEE

The 5th Annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) was held from 9 to 12 May 2010 in Quebec City. The conference hosted nearly 500 people and 75 scientific presentations related to the fields of...+ learn more


09 April 2010
Another field trip to fit caribou with satellite collars

From 9 to 13 March 2010, Stéphane Rivard (MRNF), Mael Le Corre (ULaval) and two other wildlife technicians (MRNF) captured caribou from the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd to fit new GPS collars on adult females. In 5 days in the...+ learn more


10 March 2010
A new publication

At the 1st annual meeting of Caribou Ungava, Joëlle Taillon (PhD student) answered the questions of the journalist Jean Hamann about her research project. In his article published on March 4th in the newspaper «Au fil des...+ learn more


02 March 2010
Return on the 1st annual meeting of Caribou Ungava

The 1st annual meeting of Caribou Ungava took place on February 26th 2010 at Université Laval, Québec city (QC). The event was part of the Symposium nordique 2010, which also gathered the Centre d’études nordiques, ArcticWOLVES...+ learn more


09 February 2010
Presentation of our research on migratory caribou in Sweden

Steeve Côté visited Sweden from 27 to 31 January 2010 where he gave a conference at the Grimsö Wildlife Research Station on the problem of overabundant cervid populations and the feed-back impacts on their life-history...+ learn more


Caribou Ungava, Université Laval, Département de biologie, Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon, Local 3076
1045, av. de la Médecine, Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6 Canada
Téléphone : 418-656-7769, Fax : 418-656-2043, Courriel : julien.h-richard@bio.ulaval.ca
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