Daniel Fortin, professeur titulaire
Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon, local 3039
T. 418 656-2131 poste 5971
F. 418 656-2043
Daniel.Fortin@bio.ulaval.ca
Champs d'intérêts
  • Aménagement et conservation de la faune
  • Écologie comportementale
  • Interactions trophiques
  • Modélisation écologique

Publications

La liste complète se trouve sur le site du Centre d'études de la forêt.

  • Fortin, D., Merkle, J.A., Sigaud, M., Cherry, S.G., Plante, S., Drolet, A. and Labrecque, M. (2015) Temporal dynamics in the foraging decisions of large herbivores. Animal Production Science, 55(3):376-383.
  • Losier, C.L., Couturier, S., St-Laurent, M.-H., Drapeau, P., Dussault, C., Rudolph, T., Brodeur, V., Merkle, J.A. and Fortin, D. (2015) Adjustments in habitat selection to changing availability induce fitness costs for a threatened ungulate. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52(2):496-504.
  • Latombe, G., Fortin, D. and Parrott, L. (2014) Spatio-temporal dynamics in the response of woodland caribou and moose to the passage of grey wolf. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83(1):185-198.
  • Merkle, J.A. and Fortin, D. (2014) Likelihood-based photograph identification: Application with photographs of free-ranging bison. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 38(1):196-204.
  • Merkle, J. A., Fortin, D. and Morales, J. M. (2014) A memory-based foraging tactic reveals an adaptive mechanism for restricted space use. Ecology Letters, 17(8):924-931.




Formation et expériences professionnelles

  • Post-doctorat, University of Alberta
  • Doctorat (Ph. D.), University of Guelph
  • Maîtrise (M. Sc.), Université Laval
  • Baccalauréat (B. Sc.), Université de Sherbrooke
 
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