Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)

UQTR boasts a dynamic environmental science department and is innovative in research on tourism, economics, engineering and health sciences. Its researchers have developed an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the transformations northern ecosystems and the cryosphere are undergoing. Experts in psychoeducation are helping improve services to the Inuit, while UQTR-trained midwives are assisting in childbirth and playing a vital role in Nunavik communities.

List of affiliated researchers

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Kinnard, Christophe Priority 3 - Ecosystem Functioning and Environmental Protection geography, environment, geomatics, glaciology Email
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Christophe Kinnard
Lévesque, Esther Priority 3 - Ecosystem Functioning and Environmental Protection environmental biology, arctic ecology, biodiversity, climate change Email
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Esther Levesque
Maire, Vincent Priority 3 - Ecosystem Functioning and Environmental Protection environment, ecology, biology, plant ecology Email
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Vincent Maire
Roy, Alexandre Priority 3 - Ecosystem Functioning and Environmental Protection environment, geomorphology, remote sensing, hydrology, climate change, boreal forest Email
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Alexandre Roy
Vrakas, Georgia Priority 2 - Health psychology, community psychology, psychoeducation, public health, youth mental health, first nations mental health, suicide prevention Email
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Georgia Vrakas
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