Eric Pedersen

Assistant Professor,
Concordia University

Department of Biology
E-mail: eric.pedersen@concordia.ca
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Education

2015/1 - 2017/3
Post-doctorate, Research Associate, Limnology, University of Wisconsin - Madison

2009/9 - 2015/5
Doctorate Doctor of Philosophy, Biology, McGill University

2003/9 - 2008/5
Bachelor's Honours, Bachelor's of Science, Biology and economics, University of Saskatchewan


Research

My research focuses on understanding the causes (both human and natural) of these rapid shifts, detecting them as they occur, and understanding the role that variation in species interactions and movement patterns plays in shaping how resilient fisheries are to these shifts. I use long-term data sets, mathematical and computer models, and modern statistical techniques to better understand these complex systems.

QCBS students

Danielle Mac Rae

M.Sc.
(Start: 2020)
Other QCBS (co-)supervisor: Jennifer Sunday
Does variation in dispersal diversity increase metacommunity resilience?

John-Philip Williams

M.Sc.
(Start: 2020)
Developing precautionary approach frameworks within changing productivity regimes: a case study of Northern Shrimp (Pandalis borealis), SFAs 4-7

Publications