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Tuesday, December 11 • 15:55 - 16:40
3C. Écologie urbaine / Urban Ecology

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3:55-4:10  Ty Tuff : How to avoid traffic jams in urban biodiversity corridors

4:10-4:25  Carly Ziter : Cooling benefit of urban trees varies with canopy cover, impervious surface, and scale, highlighting need for landowner coordination

4:25-4:40  Michelle Anderson : Observing the effect of human presence on the usage of crossing structures by medium and large mammals along Highway 10, Quebec

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Michelle Anderson

Concordia University
Observing the effect of human presence on the usage of crossing structures by medium and large mammals along Highway 10, QuebecSpeaker: Michelle Anderson1 Co-authors: Daniella LoScerbo2, Caroline Daguet3, Jochen A.G. Jaeger1 1Concordia University, Department of Geography, Planning... Read More →
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Ty Tuff

McGill University
How to avoid traffic jams in urban biodiversity corridorsTy Tuff and Andrew GonzalezIt is time to be more holistic about the way we design urban conservation infrastructure. The “stepping stone” strategy of the past, where cities focused on creating or preserving islands of biodiversity... Read More →
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Carly Ziter

Concordia University
Cooling benefit of urban trees varies with canopy cover, impervious surface, and scale, highlighting need for landowner coordinationCarly Ziter, Eric Pedersen, Chris Kucharik, Monica TurnerAs cities warm and the need for climate adaptation strategies increases, a more detailed understanding... Read More →


Tuesday December 11, 2018 15:55 - 16:40
Room F

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