Angélique Dupuch

Professor,
Université du Québec en Outaouais

Département de sciences naturelles
283 Boul Alexandre-Taché, Gatineau, QC J8X 3X7
Tel: (819) 595-3900 poste 2938
Fax: (819) 595-2214
E-mail: angelique.dupuch@uqo.ca
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Education

2008: PhD in environmental sciences (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)
2000: Master's in ecology and biology of evolution (Université de Montpellier II)
1998: Master's in population biology in a marine environment (Université de Bretagne Occidentale à Brest)
1997: Bachelor's in biology of organisms (Université de Bordeaux I)


Research
My research is focused on the comprehension of environmental and ecological factors that determine the spatial patterns of the abundance of animal populations and the joining of species in disturbed landscapes. The main themes of my research are habitat selection, trophic interactions, intra/interspecific competition and wildlife responses to natural and anthropic disturbances in landscapes. To carry out my projects I use an approach that combines theoretical and experimental studies in laboratory and in natural environments. The ultimate goal of my work is to help population conservation and animal diversity via the comprehension of processes that determine their spatial and temporal dynamics.

QCBS students
Matthieu Beaumont, Ph.D.
(Start: 2017)

Other QCBS (co-)supervisor: Jérôme Dupras
Thesis title: Analyse écologique des aménagements agro-fauniques et de leur efficacité à maintenir la biodiversité animale dans l’agroécosystème.
Anna Mazaleyrat, Ph.D.
(Start: 2016, End: 2018)

Other (co-)supervisor: François Lorenzetti, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Thesis title: Succès d'envahissement des espèces animales introduites et déclin des espèces indigènes dans les habitats perturbés : une question de plasticité comportementale et/ou de compétition
Florian Mezerette, Ph.D.
(Start: 2017)
Other (co-)supervisor: François Lorenzetti, UQO, ISFORT
Thesis title: Effet du broutage des cervidés et de l'amendement en cendres sur la régénération de l'érable à sucre et sur la faune du sol
Julien Bellerose, M.Sc.
(Start: 2016)
Other (co-)supervisor: Isabelle Aubin, Service Canadien des Forêts
Thesis title: Mecanisms allowing plant community resistance to invasion
Simon Côté-Bourgoin, M.Sc.
(Start: 2016, End: 2017)

Other (co-)supervisor: Christian Messier, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Thesis title: Impact des plantatitons de peuplier hybride sur la diversité des communautés d'oiseaux et de mammifères à différentes échelles spatiales
Justine Fontaine-Topaloff, M.Sc.
(Start: 2015, End: 2017)

Other (co-)supervisor: François Lorenzetti, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Thesis title: Impact des plantations d'espèces exotiques et indigènes sur la biodiversité animale
Publications
15- Maintaining animal assemblages through single-species management: the case of threatened caribou in boreal forest
Bichet, O., Dupuch, A., Hébert, C., Le Borgne, H., Fortin, D.
2016 Ecological Applications (Date Added: 2016-06-03)

14- Temporal changes in habitat use by snowshoe hares and red squirrels during post-fire and post-logging forest succession
Allard-Duchêne, A., Pothier, D., Dupuch, A., Fortin, D.
2014 Forest Ecology and Management (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

13- Landscapes of fear or competition? Predation did not alter habitat choice by Arctic rodents
Dupuch, A., Morris, D.W., Ale, S.B., Wilson, D.J., Moore, D.E.
2014 Oecologia (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

12- Indirect effects of asymmetrical competition among top predators determine spatial patterns of predation risk for prey
Dupuch, A., Bertolo, A., Magnan, P., Dill, L.M.
2014 Aquatic Sciences (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

11- Patch use and vigilance by sympatric lemmings in predator and competitor-driven landscapes of fear
Dupuch, A., Morris, D.W., Halliday, W.D.
2013 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

10- The extent of edge effects increases during post-harvesting forest succession
Dupuch, A., Fortin, D.
2013 Biological Conservation (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

9- Climate-induced habitat selection predicts future evolutionary strategies of lemmings
Morris, D.W., Dupuch, A., Halliday, W.D.
2012 Evolutionary Ecology Research (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

7- Comparison of catch efficiencies between black and galvanized minnow traps
Paradis, Y., Dupuch, A., Magnan, P.
2012 North American Journal of Fisheries Management (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

6- Behavioural responses of prey fishes to habitat complexity and predation risk induce bias in minnow trap catches
Dupuch, A., Paradis, Y., Magnan, P.
2011 Journal of Fish Biology (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

5- Habitat selection and the scale of ghostly coexistence among arctic rodents
Ale, S.B., Morris, D.W., Dupuch, A., Moore, D.E.
2011 Oikos (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

4- Forecasting ecological and evolutionary strategies to global change: An example from habitat selection by lemmings
Morris, D.W., Moore, D.E., Ale, S.B., Dupuch, A.
2011 Global Change Biology (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

2- Does predation risk influence habitat use by northern redbelly dace Phoxinus eos at different spatial scales?
Dupuch, A., Magnan, P., Bertolo, A., Dill, L.M., Proulx, M.
2009 Journal of Fish Biology (Date Added: 2016-06-01)

1- Sensitivity of northern redbelly dace, Phoxinus e eos, to chemical alarm cues
Dupuch, A., Magnan, P., Dill, L.M.
2004 Canadian Journal of Zoology (Date Added: 2016-06-01)