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Vincent Fugère



Affiliated with: Université du Québec
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  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Université du Québec à Montréal
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, McGill University
  • Ph.D. in Biology, McGill University
  • M.Sc. in Biology, McGill University
  • B.A. (Honours) in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology, McGill University

Research Interests: Vincent Fugère's research focuses on the response of freshwater biodiversity to human disturbances. His work primarily investigates the effects of land use on biodiversity in lakes and rivers within agricultural watersheds. He explores the causes and consequences of biodiversity changes and the role of rapid evolution in population persistence and biodiversity maintenance in degraded environments. Fugère is associated with several research themes, including studying and understanding biodiversity, accelerating observations, collections and data, and analyzing the causes and consequences of ecological changes.


  • First records of non-indigenous cyclopoid copepod Thermocyclops crassus in Eastern Canada (BioInvasions Records, 2024)
  • Relationship between stream size, watershed land use, and pesticide concentrations in headwater streams (Environmental Pollution, 2024)
  • Prioritizing taxa for genetic reference database development to advance inland water conservation (Biological Conservation, 2023)
  • Fish response to environmental stressors in the Lake Victoria Basin ecoregion (Fish Physiology, 2022)
  • Widespread variation in salt tolerance within freshwater zooplankton species (Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 2022)
  • A Glyphosate-Based Herbicide Cross-Selects for Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Bacterioplankton Communities (mSystems, 2022)
  • Lake salinization drives consistent losses of zooplankton abundance and diversity (Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 2022)
  • Widespread agrochemicals differentially affect zooplankton biomass and community structure (Ecological Applications, 2021)
  • Resistance, resilience, and functional redundancy of freshwater bacterioplankton communities (Molecular Ecology, 2021)
  • Prior exposure to stress allows the maintenance of an ecosystem cycle following severe acidification (Oikos, 2021)

Keywords for SEO:

  1. Freshwater Biodiversity
  2. Human Disturbances
  3. Land Use Impact
  4. Rapid Evolution
  5. Agricultural Watersheds
  6. Biodiversity Change

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