Lauren Chapman, McGill University

Biology Professor Montreal, Quebec lauren.chapman@mcgill.ca Office: (514) 398-6431

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Bio/Research

RESEARCH INVOLVES

Exploring the ecological and evolutionary consequences of respiratory strategies in fish and the role of oxygen-scarce waters in the maintenance, loss, and recovery of aquatic biodiversity.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

The research is advancing our understandin...


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Bio/Research

RESEARCH INVOLVES

Exploring the ecological and evolutionary consequences of respiratory strategies in fish and the role of oxygen-scarce waters in the maintenance, loss, and recovery of aquatic biodiversity.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

The research is advancing our understanding of the ecological and evolutionary response to hypoxic stress in fish, as well as of the interaction of hypoxia with other environmental stressors (such as introduced species) and the value of wetlands in the maintenance of fish faunal structure and diversity.


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