28 September 2016
New publications

A scientific article from the master of Alice-Anne Simard was recently published in the Canadian Journal of Zoology. This article focuses on parasitism in migratory caribou of North America and Greenland. More specifically, we...+ learn more

25 August 2016
Info-Caribou #13 now online!

The 13th vignette presents results on the use of water bodies by the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd during migration in a context of climate change. This study was conducted by Mathieu Leblond, postdoctoral fellow in the Caribou...+ learn more

12 July 2016
Monitoring of black bears in the range of the Rivière-George caribou herd

Since black bears emerged from their den in the spring, 2 sessions of bear captures were held on the range of the Rivière-George herd in Labrador. The first session took place from May 19th to 31st. The field team was composed of...+ learn more

28 April 2016
CU students take part in an indigenous intercultural workshop

On April 8th, several students of Caribou Ungava participated in an intercultural workshop on scientific and local knowledge. This training workshop was addressed to young scientists wishing to work with indigenous communities as...+ learn more

31 March 2016
A second round of captures on the RAFH

After 9 days of field work, 35 caribou were captured on the Rivière-aux-Feuilles caribou herd (RAFH) by a team of technicians from the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs. These captures were made around the Radisson...+ learn more

31 March 2016
A CU student takes part in the Environmental forum in Kangiqsujuaq, Nunavik

The Makivik research center and Glencore-Raglan Mine jointly organised an environmental forum to address the concerns of the Inuit community in Kangiqsujuaq. The forum took place over a three day period from March 14th to 16th....+ learn more

04 March 2016
Two new vignettes are available on the Caribou Ungava web site

The first vignette summarises the first component of Valérie Saucier’s master’s project. The objective was to evaluate the combined effects of climate warming and browsing on American dwarf birch phenology, a summer resource for...+ learn more

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