Elisabeth Hardy-Lachance
Ph.D. student
Department of geography
University of Montreal

Supervised by:

Daniel Fortier (Regular member)

Co-supervised by:

Esther Lévesque (Regular member)

Research project description

Research Site Coordinates

Scientific Communications

Deschamps, L., Maire, V., Chen, L., Fortier, D., Gauthier, G., Morneault, A., Hardy-Lachance, E., Dalcher-Gosselin, I., Tanguay, F., Gignac, C., McKenzie, J., Rochefort, L., Lévesque, E., 2022. Increased nutrient availability speeds up permafrost development, while goose grazing slows it down in a Canadian High Arctic wetland. Journal of Ecology, 00: 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.14037.

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