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Biodiversity science intensive course

A Biodiversity Science Intensive course  is organized each year by QCBS which brings together the expertise of QCBS researchers under the lead of a course coordinator.

Intended for graduate students, post-docs this course is also open to professionals. The course provides a high-level overview of concepts, methods and questions for students and professionals involved in the field of biodiversity science.

The intensive course is hosted and organized by the QCBS partner universities each year.

2014 edition

The 2011 edition (BIO6012) will be hosted by the Université de Montréal at the Laurentide Biology Station under the supervision of Anne Bruneau and Jacques Brodeur. More information will follow.

2013 édition

The 2013 edition (BIOL645) will be held at Gault Nature reserve, in St-Hilaire, from Nov 25 – Dec 6, 2013 under the supervision of Jonathan Davies (McGill), Pedro Peres Neto (UQAM) and Jean Philippe Lessard (McGill-QCBS Postdoctoral fellow). Detailed information here.

2012 edition

The 2012 edition (BIOL645) was organized by Jonathan Davies (McGill) and Mark Vellend (Sherbrooke) and was held at Gault Nature reserve, in St-Hilaire, from October 29 to November 9, 2012. Detailed information here.

2011 edition

In 2011 edition (BIO6012) was hosted by the Université de Montréal at the Laurentide Biology Station under the supervision of Anne Bruneau and Jacques Brodeur. View the syllabus and the photos from 2011.

2010 edition

The 2010 edition (BIOL645) was hosted by McGill University and took place at the Gault Nature Reserve, Mont St. Hilaire under the supervision of Claire de Mazancourt. View the photos from 2010.