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Our resource library serves as a collection of publications showcasing the latest trends and best practices in urban biodiversity. You will find both scientific articles and theses, as will as reports, concept plans and guides. Search by topic, type of document or publication date and discover the latest scientific and innovative ideas emerging in the field of urban biodiversity.

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Nest Site Overwintering by Northern Map Turtle (Graptemys geographica) Hatchlings and Nest Protection at a Major Nesting Site in Quebec

Liana distribution in response to urbanization in temperate forests

The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of urban conditions on liana abundance in temperate forests.

Eco-Campus Hubert-Reeves

Information booklet about the concept plan of Eco-Campus Hubert-Reeves.

Pteridophytes as indicators of urban forest integrity

In this study we evaluated whether pteridophytes are reliable indicators of urban forest integrity. We inventoried the total pteridophyte diversity in 82 forest patches of the Hochelaga Archipelago (Montréal area, Québec, Canada)


Does the Common Reed (Phragmites Australis) affect the specific composition and larval development of amphibians?

The objective of this project is to determine the effect of the establishment of common reed (Phragmites australis) on amphibian distribution and larval development.

Modeling of Urban Tree Growth with Artificial Intelligence and Multivariate Statistics

The urban environment induces severe ecological conditions that impair tree growth and survival. To adequately preserve arboreal heritage, three main issues must be resolved.

Parasites of spottail shiners (Notropis hudsonius) in the St. Lawrence River: effects of municipal effluents and habitat

Parasite communities were examined from spottail shiners collected from nine localities in the St. Lawrence River around the Island of Montreal.

Avian diversity, assemblages and use of vegetation, mainly by shrub-nesters, in an urban ecosystem

Urbanization is known to have a negative impact on biodiversity. Increasing vegetation density and diversity increases bird species in cities.