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Emmanuelle Chrétien, M.Sc.

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Languages: French (fluently), English (fluently), Spanish (beginner)

Education

Ph.D. Biology. Université de Montréal. 2016 – present

Project title: Effets des variations des caractéristiques de l’écoulement sur la réponse physiologique et comportementale du poisson en rivière

Supervisor: Daniel Boisclair

M. Sc. Biology. McGill University. 2013 – 2015

Project title: Habitat selection and body size as potential drivers of intraspecific variation in thermal tolerance of Nile perch (Lates niloticus)

Supervisor: Lauren J. Chapman

B.A. Biological Sciences (Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution). Université de Montréal. 2010 – 2013

Honours project supervised by Irene Gregory-Eaves, McGill University (2012-2013)

Project title: Macroinvertebrate richness and food chain length variation along a strong trophic gradient: A study of shallow lakes from southeastern Quebec

B.A. Communication (Public Relations). UQÀM. 2001 – 2004

Teaching Experience

Head teaching assistant

BIO1434 T.P. en biodiversité II. Université de Montréal. Winter 2017-2018.

BIO2476 Ichtyologie. Université de Montréal. Fall 2017-2018.

Teaching assistant

BIO1434/1445 T.P. en biodiversité II. Université de Montréal. Winter 2016.

BIO2476 Ichtyologie. Université de Montréal. Fall 2016.

BIO2811 Dynamique des populations. Université de Montréal. Winter 2016.

BIOL206 Methods in Organismal Biology. McGill University. Fall 2015

BIO2043 Statistique pratique pour sciences de la vie. Université de Montréal. Fall 2015

BIO2476 Ichtyologie. Université de Montréal. Fall 2012

Guest lecturer

BIO2811 Dynamique des populations. Université de Montréal. March 2016.

Workshop presenter

GRIL-Ecolac Workshops: Oral communication in research – the content and the container. Fall 2018.

GRIL-EcoLac workshops : Introduction to fish sampling methods. Station de biologie des Laurentides. Fall 2016.

QCBS R Workshops – Atelier 10 : Analyses multivariées avancées. Université de Montréal. Winter 2016.

QCBS R Workshops – Atelier 9 : Analyses multivariées. Université de Montréal. Winter 2016.

QCBS R Workshops – Atelier 3 : Modèles linéaires. Université de Montréal. Winter 2016.

QCBS R Workshops – Atelier 9 : Analyses multivariées. Université Laval et Université de Montréal. Winter 2015.

Undergraduate student supervision

Lisa Galantini, research credits, Boisclair lab (UdeM). Winter 2017.

Andréanne Dupont, research credit, Boisclair lab (UdeM). Winter 2017.

Professional Experiences

Team leader, environmental and ichthyological riverine surveys. NSERC HydroNet Network. Summer 2013

Research assistant, environmental and ichthyological riverine surveys. NSERC HydroNet Network. Summers 2011 – 2012

Volunteer work

BioBlitz Station de biologie des Laurentides: biologist leading fish sampling team. Summer 2017

24h of science: animation of GRIL booth on aquatic ecology, diversity and conservation. Spring 2016

Grants, Fellowships and Awards

Fellowships with competition at the provincial, national or international level

NSERC Graduate scholarship (CGS-D): Ph.D. 2017 – 2020

FRQNT PhD Fellowship. 2016 – 2018

NSERC, Masters CGS-M. 2014

FRQNT Masters Fellowship. 2013 – 2015

NSERC, Undergraduate Summer Research Award (USRA). 2013

NSERC, Undergraduate Summer Research Award (USRA). 2013

Other grants and fellowships

FRQNT – GRIL, International Internship Award. 2018

NSERC, Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement (declined). 2018

GRIL, Short-term internship in Canada or the United States. 2017

QCBS, Learning Development Award (LeaDA). 2016

McGill Biology, GREAT Award. 2015

QCBS, Excellence Award. 2014

McGill Biology, Research Travel Award. 2014

McGill Biology, GREAT Award. 2014

Awards

Université de Montréal, Symposium de sciences biologiques 2016 – Best photo

Université de Montréal, Symposium de sciences biologiques 2016 – Best presentation « Ecology »

Université de Montréal, Entrance Award. 2016

QCBS, 2015 Symposium – Best photo « Scientific at work »

QCBS, 2014 QCBS Symposium – 2nd place for best presentation

McGill Biology, Graduate Admission Top-up Award. 2013

McGill Biology, Entrance Award. 2013

Université de Montréal, FAS Dean’s Honour List (every year). 2011-2013

Research Interests:

Freshwater Systems Ecology; Biodiversity Conservation; Community Ecology; Fish Physiology and Evolutionary Ecology; Invasive Species; Analysis of Ecological Data in R

Affiliations

Society for experimental biology

Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire en limnologie et en environnement aquatique

American Fisheries Society

Publications

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2016. Tropical fish in a warming world: thermal tolerance of Nile perch (Lates niloticus L.) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Physiology 4(1): cow062. doi: 10.1093/conphys/cow062.

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2016. Habitat heterogeneity facilitates coexistence of native fishes with an introduced predator: the resilience of a fish community 50 years after the introduction of Nile perch. Biological Invasions. doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1235-x. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-016-1235-x

In review:

Nyboer E.A., Chrétien E. and L.J. Chapman. Divergence in aerobic scope and thermal tolerance of an introduced piscivore is related to local thermal regime.

Conference Presentations

Chrétien E., Cooke S. J. and D. Boisclair. 2018. Variations in diel habitat selection of riverine fish: comparing the predictive capacity of models developed with radio-tracking data. International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, Tokyo, Japan. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Cooke S. J. and D. Boisclair. 2018. Le jour et la nuit : différences dans l’importance relative des facteurs abiotiques sur le domaine vital et la sélection de l’habitat des poissons. Symposium de sciences biologiques, Université de Montréal. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Cooke S. J. and D. Boisclair. 2018. Relative importance of abiotic factors on daytime/nighttime home range and habitat selection of riverine smallmouth bass. GRIL Symposium 2018. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Cooke S. J. and D. Boisclair. 2017. Capacité métabolique et taux de mouvements : de nouveaux indicateurs de la performance à intégrer aux modèles de qualité de l’habitat du poisson? Symposium de sciences biologiques, Université de Montréal. Poster.

Chrétien E., Cooke S. J. and D. Boisclair. 2017. The potential for aerobic scope and movement rates to be integrated into fish habitat quality models. CCFFR – SCL, Montréal, Canada. Poster.

Chrétien, E. and L. J. Chapman. 2016. Capacité aérobique et tolérance thermique de la perche du Nil (Lates niloticus) du lac Nabugabo (Ouganda). Symposium de sciences biologiques, Université de Montréal. Oral presentation. 1st place (best presentation in Ecology section)

Lejeune, C., Chrétien, E., Asselin, J., Harvey-Lavoie, S., Macnaughton, C., Oligny-Hébert, H., Bourque, G., Guénard, G., Lanthier, G., Senay, C. and D. Boisclair. 2016. Identification and modeling of fish habitat quality indicators. Symposium GRIL 2016, Mont-Orford. Poster.

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2015. La résilience d’une communauté de poissons 50 ans après l’introduction de la perche du Nil: une coexistence facilitée par l’hétérogénéité de l’habitat. QCBS symposium 2015. Montreal. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2015. Persistence of an African Inland Fishery in the Face of Climate Change: Aerobic Performance and Upper Thermal Tolerance of Nile Perch (Lates niloticus). Global Conference on Inland Fisheries. FAO Headquarters, Rome. Poster.

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2014. Performance aérobie et tolérance thermique maximale de la perche du Nil (Lates niloticus) en fonction de leur taille et de leur sélection d’habitat. QCBS symposium 2014. Montreal. Oral presentation. 2nd place (best presentation)

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2014. Persistence under intense fishing pressure: Distribution and condition of Nile perch (Lates niloticus) among habitats in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Genomes to biomes 2014. Montreal. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Chapman. L. 2014. Habitat selection and body size as potential drivers of intraspecific variation in thermal tolerance of Nile perch (Lates niloticus). Conservation, Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity (CEEB) Retreat, McGill University. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Ziegler J., Pelletier G. and I. Gregory-Eaves. 2013. Effet de l’eutrophisation sur les chaînes trophiques des écosytèmes lentiques : Une étude des communautés de macroinvertébrés. Symposium de sciences biologiques, Université de Montréal. Oral presentation.

Chrétien E., Ziegler J., Pelletier G. and I. Gregory-Eaves. 2013. Macroinvertebrate richness and food chain length variation along a strong trophic gradient: A study of shallow lakes from southeastern Quebec. Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire en limnologie et en environnement aquatique Symposium (GRIL). Poster.

Certification and other relevant training

Aquatic habitat mapping of hydroacoustics data with Visual Habitat. 2017.

First Aid and CPR Certification. 2016.

Université de Montréal Animal care training : « Tronc commun », « fonctionnement du CDEA », and « module pratique (poissons) » levels. 2016.

McGill Animal Care Committee: Basic, Advanced, and Wildlife levels. 2013.

WHMIS and Safety Training (McGill University). 2013.

Backpack Electrofishing Certification (Class 2). 2011.

First Aid and CPR Certification. 2011.

Open water diver. CMAS International Certificate. 2007.

Contributions to university & scholarly communities

Student representative for “Communication” and “Diversity” committees of the Department of biological sciences of Université de Montréal. Sept. 2018 – present.

Internal affairs representative for Université de Montréal Biology graduate student association (AECBUM). Sept. 2016 – Sept. 2018.

Member of XXVIIe Symposium de sciences biologiques de l’Université de Montréal organizing committee (March 22-23, 2017 at Carrefour des arts et des sciences). Sept. 2016 – March 2017.

Member of the Student committee for 2017 Montreal Canadian Conference For Fisheries Research (CCFFR). Sept. 2016 – Jan. 2017.

QCBS R Workshop Series (translation of material, presenter at Université de Montréal and Université Laval). Feb. 2015 – Sept. 2016.

Student representative on the Executive Committee of Canadian Aquatic Resource Section (CARS) of the American Fisheries Society (AFS). Jan. 2014 – March 2017.

Volunteer for the Quebec center of biodiversity science (QCBS) symposium (moderator for Animal behaviour session). Fall 2015.

Councillor for Biology graduate students association (organization of 2015 holiday party, volunteer for special events). Sept. 2014 – May 2015.

Organismal seminars committee representative for the Biology graduate students association (BGSA). Sept. 2014 – Aug. 2015.

Volunteer for the Quebec center of biodiversity science (QCBS) conference (selection of abstracts). Fall 2014.

Member of the Student Committee for ASF Quebec 2014 Conference Student Networking Event. 2014.

Volunteer for the Genomes to biomes joint conference (translation of documentation). 2014.

Volunteer for the Quebec center of biodiversity science (QCBS) conference (selection of abstracts, moderator for Invasive species session). Fall 2013.

Volunteer (2010-2011) and Coordinator (2012) of Café Bio, student café of the biology undergrad students association of Université de Montréal (AEBUM)

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