Ouranos leads and collaborates on numerous projects and publications with seasoned Quebec and international actors. 

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Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Study on the Integration of Urban Sprawl and Climate Change Issues in Land Use Planning Strategies at the Supra-Municipal Level

The literature analysis helps to explain a certain propensity to focus on technological solutions such as the electrification of individual transportation and residential solar energy conversion to mitigate the impacts of urban sprawl.

Scientific manager(s) : Pierre Gauthier, Université Concordia
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2018
Urban Sprawl and Climate Change: A Survey of the Pertinent Literature on Physical Planning and Transportation Drivers
Qiu Feng et Pierre Gauthier, Concordia University
English
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Survey and Monitoring of Climate Change Resources for the Municipal Sector

This project will improve the dissemination of available climate change adaptation resources for the municipal sector. It will also help guide efforts for the development of resources relating to issues that are less well addressed by existing resources.

Scientific manager(s) : Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos; Alexandrine Bisaillon, Ouranos
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2018
Inventaire et suivi de l’utilisation des ressources en adaptation des milieux urbains aux changements climatiques
Bleau N., Bisaillon A., Duval V.
French
2019
Stratégie de diffusion : Inventaire et suivi de l’utilisation des ressources en adaptation des milieux urbains aux changements climatiques
Bleau N., Bisaillon A., Duval V.
French
2019
Tableau de classification des ressources en adaptation
Bleau N., Bisaillon A., Duval V.
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Mapping of Organizations Involved in Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience at the Scale of the City of Montréal

Adaptation organizations now have an up-to-date portrait of the links between them, ready to be used to further their understanding of each other’s activities, to clarify their position for strategic planning purposes, and to identify allies and competitors as part of their regular activities.

Scientific manager(s) : Marie-Christine Therrien, ENAP
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2018
Cartographie des acteurs impliqués dans l’adaptation aux changements climatiques et le développement de la résilience à l’échelle du territoire de l’île de Montréal
Jutras, M., Usher, S., Therrien, M-C.
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
History of Flood and Low Flow Events and Solutions Implemented

AQUARISC provides the research community; climate change stakeholders working in the fields of land use planning, natural disaster management and insurance; and municipal, provincial and federal authorities with access to a comprehensive data collection on flood and low-flow events that took place in the watersheds of a pilot area.

Scientific manager(s) : Isabelle Mayer-Jouanjean, UQAM; Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos
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2018
Historique des sinistres d’inondations et d’étiages et des conditions météorologiques associées
Mayer-Jouanjean, I., Bleau, N.
French
2018
Base de données AQUARISC
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Sustainable Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation at the MRC Level: Governance Mechanisms and Resilient Processes

The approach adopted, namely the co-construction of an adaptation strategy at the regional level and the uptake of vulnerability analysis tools by stakeholders, will foster the development of adaptation to climate change and the resilience of the communities concerned.

Scientific manager(s) : Alain Létourneau, Université de Sherbrooke; Isabelle Thomas, Université de Montréal
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2021
Stratégies durables d’adaptation aux changements climatiques à l’échelle d’une MRC : quels processus de gouvernance? Quelles démarches résilientes?
Walczak, L., Létourneau, A. et Thomas, I.
French
2021
Stratégies durables d’adaptation aux changements climatiques à l’échelle d’une MRC : quels processus de gouvernance? Quelles démarches résilientes?
Walczak, L., Létourneau, A. et Thomas, I.
French
2021
Adaptation Memphrémagog : projet de recherche-action
Walczak, L., Létourneau, A. et Thomas, I.
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Methodology for assessing the institutional building stock of the SQI to determine its vulnerabilities to climate change

The SQI will adopt an action plan to correct the vulnerabilities identified by the project and to adapt its building stock. This plan will contain specific projects as well as changes to asset maintenance and preventive maintenance programs.

Scientific manager(s) : Nathalie Réhaume, Société québécoise des infrastructures
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Performance of green stormwater infrastructures (GSI)

The cities will benefit from an improved process for the design and implementation of future GSI. The results of this project will enhance knowledge about the feasibility of installing GSI, as well as the performance of the pilot infrastructures.

Scientific manager(s) : arah Dorner, École Polytechnique Montréal; Danielle Dagenais, Université de Montréal
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2022
Performances des infrastructures vertes de gestion des eaux pluviales (IVGEP) pour la réduction du ruissellement urbain et pour la protection des sources d’eau potable en climat actuel et futur
Dagenais, D., Dorner, S. et Brisson, J.
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Strategy for managing climate change – City of Gatineau

The co-construction of a strategy for the management of climate change at the municipal services level will promote the development of climate change adaptation, the reduction of GHG emissions and the resilience of the communities concerned.

Scientific manager(s) : ICLEI-Canada, bureau du Québec; Nathalie Bleau (Ouranos); Yvann Blayo (Ville de Gatineau)
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2020
Rapport d’analyse de risques et vulnérabilités : stratégie de gestion d’enjeux liés aux changements climatiques
ICLEI-Canada; Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos
French
2020
Portrait climatique de la ville de Gatineau
Philippe Roy, Ouranos; Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos
French
Marine Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Impacts of Climate Change and Physical Barriers to Coastal Squeeze in the Gulf and Estuary of the St. Lawrence River, and an Assessment of Adaptation Measures

The maps produced can be used as a tool for raising awareness of the issue of coastal squeeze among government decision-makers (federal, provincial and municipal), coastal communities and the general population.

Scientific manager(s) : Pascal Bernatchez, UQAR- Serge Jolicoeur, UMoncton - Jean-Pierre Savard, Ouranos
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2016
Impacts des changements climatiques et des contraintes physiques sur le réajustement des écosystèmes côtiers (coastal squeeze) du golfe et de l’estuaire du Saint-Laurent (GESL) et évaluation des mesures d’atténuation de ces impacts
Bernatchez, P., Jolicoeur, S., Quintin, C.,…
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
PANACÉES : Platform for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Erosion and Submersion

The results of this action research, together with innovation and political will, will help the MRC to effectively review its governance framework and thus be less affected by the impacts and consequences of climate change.

Scientific manager(s) : Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos
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2021
Guide de l'usager - Plateforme pour l'analyse avantages-coûts en érosion et submersion (PANACÉES)
Bleau, N., Quintin C., Gosselin, C.-A., Boyer…
French
2021
PANACÉES : Plateforme pour l’ANalyse Avantages-Coûts en Érosion Et Submersion
French
2022
Quantifying Psychosocial Impacts From Coastal Hazards for Cost-Benefit Analysis in Eastern Quebec, Canada
Boyer-Villemaire, U., Vignon-Kanli, C., Ledoux, G…
English
Marine Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Projet ICEPAC: Interactive Atlas on the Probability of Ice Hazard Affecting Marine and Coastal Infrastructure in the Context of Climate Change

The descriptive and statistical tools available under IcePAC provide users with information on ice conditions and allow them to better understand the temporal and spatial evolution of sea ice. This information can help users to protect against risks to ships and maritime infrastructure.

Scientific manager(s) : Monique Bernier, INRS-ETE
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2016
Projet ICEPAC : atlas interactif sur la probabilité de l’aléa glace à l’échelle des infrastructures maritimes et côtières dans un contexte de changements climatiques
Bernier, M., Gignac, C., Chokmani, K., Poulin, J…
French
Built Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Montreal Climat Lab

The main impact of the Climate Lab is to question and integrate climate change adaptation into concrete urban planning and governance practices.

Scientific manager(s) : Sophie Van Neste, INRS Centre Urbanisation Culture Société
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2021
L'adaptation aux changements climatiques dans le réaménagement d'un secteur urbain à Montréal : documentation du processus et expérimentations en ateliers
Van Neste, S.L., Rochefort, M., Dagenais, D.,…
French
2021
L'adaptation aux changements climatiques dans le réaménagement d'un secteur urbain à Montréal : documentation du processus et expérimentations en ateliers
Van Neste, S.L., Rochefort, M., Dagenais, D.,…
French
2020
Concrétiser l’adaptation aux changements climatiques : réflexion entourant les outils d’encadrement des projets urbains
French
2021
Labo Climat Montréal
French
Marine Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Economic Assessment of Climate Change Impacts and Cost-Benefit Analyses of Adaptation Strategies in Coastal Areas of Québec

Support municipalities and stakeholders in their efforts to improve the long-term management of coastal development and assets and to justify certain preventive interventions.

Scientific manager(s) : Claude Desjarlais and Manon Circé, Ouranos
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2015
Évaluation économique des impacts potentiels de l’érosion des côtes du Québec maritime dans un contexte de changements climatiques
Bernatchez, P.; Dugas, S.; Fraser, C.; Da Silva,…
French
2016
Atlantic-Quebec cost-benefit analysis of adaptation options in coastal areas
Boyer-Villemaire, U., Circé, M., Da Silva, L.,…
English
2016
Cost-benefit analysis of adaptation options in Quebec’s coastal areas
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Boyer-Villemaire, U.,…
English
2016
Carleton-sur-Mer : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Mercier, X., Duff, G.,…
French
2016
Carleton-sur-Mer : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Mercier, X., Duff, G.,…
French
2016
Îles-de-la-Madeleine : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Duff, G., Boyer…
French
2016
Îles-de-la-Madeleine : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Duff, G., Boyer…
French
2016
Maria : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L. Mercier, X., Boyer…
French
2016
Maria : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L. Mercier, X., Boyer…
French
2016
Percé : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Mercier, X., Boyer…
French
2016
Cost-benefit analysis of adaptation options in Percé
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Mercier, X., Boyer…
English
2016
Rivière-Ouelle : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Duff, G., Boyer…
French
2022
Rivière-Ouelle : analyse coûts-avantages des options d’adaptation en zone côtière
Circé, M., Da Silva, L., Duff, G., Boyer…
French
2016
Évaluation des niveaux d’eau extrêmes causant des dommages de submersion en zone côtière au Québec
Boyer-Villemaire, U., Savard, J.-P. et Roy, P.
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Rés-Alliance: a Community of Practice on Adaptation to Hydroclimatic Change

The project made municipalities and MRCs more aware of the impacts of certain land use planning and water management decisions. Each participating community has increased its autonomy in dealing with the impacts of the issues to which they are exposed.

Scientific manager(s) : Marc-André Demers et Antoine Verville, ROBVQ
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2020
RésAlliance, rapport de fin de projet
Schaldembrand, C.
French
Health
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Modeling of Future Water Temperature Scenarios in Coastal Environments and Implications for Potential Infection by Vibrio Parahaemolyticus and Vibrio Vulnificus

The projections from the project serve to identify plausible risks and protect human health and the shellfish industry in the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Scientific manager(s) : André St-Hilaire, INRS-ÉTÉ
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2019
Modélisation de scénarios futurs de température de l'eau en milieu côtier et implications sur les infections potentielles par Vibrio Parahaemolyticus et Vibrio Vulnificus : application aux bancs coquilliers de l’estuaire et du Golfe du St-Laurent
St-Hilaire, A., INRS-ETE
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Water Balance of the Saint-Charles and Montmorency Rivers in the Context of Climate Change

The main results of this project will be presented to the elected officials and population of the Québec City region to raise awareness about the issue of drinking water availability in a changing climate.

Scientific manager(s) : Gabriel Rondeau-Genesse, Ouranos; René Roy, Ouranos; François Morneau, Ouranos/CMQ; Richard Turcotte, Ouranos/MELCC
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2016
Bilan hydrologique des rivières Saint-Charles et Montmorency dans un contexte de changements climatiques.
Ouranos
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Economic Study of Cimate Change Impacts and Adaptation on the St. Lawrence River

This project produced results that can be used by actors in each sector, as well as by economic, regional, national and international development stakeholders, to inform adaptation efforts.

Scientific manager(s) : Ouranos
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2016
Regional economic study on the potential impacts of climate-change-induced low water levels on the Saint-Laurent river and adaptation options
Larrivée, C., Desjarlais, C., Roy, R. Audet, N.
English
2016
La valeur économique de la pêche blanche et des services écosystémiques au lac Saint-Pierre : analyse coûts-avantages des stratégies d’adaptation aux changements climatiques
He, J., Poder, T., Dupras, J. et Enomana, H. J.
French
2015
Mesure de l’impact économique des bas niveaux d’eau sur les valeurs foncières le long du fleuve Saint-Laurent
Özdilek, Ü. et Revéret, J-P.
French
2015
Étude économique régionale des impacts et de l’adaptation liés aux changements climatiques sur le fleuve Saint-Laurent: le transport maritime
Comtois, C., Slack. B. (
French
2016
L’impact économique des changements climatiques sur la production hydroélectrique du Saint-Laurent
Desjarlais, C. et Da Silva, L.
French
2015
Étude économique régionale des impacts et de l’adaptation liés aux changements climatiques sur le fleuve Saint-Laurent : volet eaux municipales
Chan, C.F., Coppens, C., Boisjoly, L., et…
French
2016
Étude économique régionale des impacts et de l’adaptation liés aux changements climatiques sur le fleuve Saint-Laurent : Description des scénarios climatiques
: Huard, D.
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Economic Analysis of Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation of the Water Supply Systems of the CMQ

The results will help guide a sustainable approach to water management that takes into account the effects of climate change. It will also provide water supply managers in participating municipalities with tools for assessing vulnerabilities related to climate change, whether these are due to changes to their surface water withdrawal capacity or to changes in water needs during certain critical periods.

Scientific manager(s) : Laurent Da Silva, Ouranos
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2020
Vulnérabilité des sources d’approvisionnement en eau potable du territoire de la CMQ face aux changements climatiques
Laurent Da Silva, Ouranos; Katherine Pineault,…
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Vulnerability of the ports of the St. Lawrence to climate change

The research results will help to lay the foundations of a new culture of mitigation, adaptation and maritime and port innovation in Québec in the face of climate change by intensifying collaborations with the maritime and port industry.

Scientific manager(s) : Claude Comtois, Université de Montréal
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
The Salinity of the St. Lawrence River Under Scrutiny: For a Better Understanding of the Anticipated Impacts of its Variability on the Drinking Water Supply of the CMQ

The project has provided a better understanding of current and future spatial and temporal variability of salinity in the transition zone to help guide stakeholders in making sound decisions.

Scientific manager(s) : Charles-Éric Bernier, CMQ
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2019
Étape 1.1 - Étude de vulnérabilité des sources d’eau potable au fleuve des villes de Québec et de Lévis en regard de la salinité
CMQ et Ouranos
French
2019
Étape 1.2 - Étude de vulnérabilité des sources d’eau potable au fleuve des villes de Québec et de Lévis en regard de la salinité
CMQ, Inrest et Québec Océan
French
2022
Étape 2.1 - Simuler les changements de conditions de salinité dans la zone de transition saline dans un contexte de changements climatiques
CMQ, Université Laval et Ouranos
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Reducing Vulnerability to Flooding and Erosion Related to Climate Change for Communities Along the Fluvial Section of the St. Lawrence

The knowledge developed by the project has provided riverside municipalities with a better understanding of the processes related to riverbank erosion, allowed them to identify areas that are vulnerable to this hazard, and provided a portrait of the possible evolution of flooding and erosion under climate change.

Scientific manager(s) : Anne Blondlot, Ouranos
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2020
Impact des changements climatiques sur les facteurs hydroclimatiques influençant les inondations et les processus d’érosion des berges du tronçon fluvial du Saint-Laurent
Rondeau-Genesse, G.
French
2020
Synthèse des besoins mentionnés par les acteurs des TCR pour adapter les communautés riveraines aux risques d’érosion des berges et d’inondation et à leur évolution en lien avec les changements climatiques
Blondlot, A.
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Québec-Mexico Complementarity and Diversity Concerning Water Management in the Context of Climate Change

The exchanges and comparisons between Québec and Mexico will make it possible to conduct a comparative analysis in order to enrich the practices and tools for integrated water management adaptation available to Québec users.

Scientific manager(s) : Annie Poulin, ETS
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2022
Complémentarité et diversité Québec-Mexique en matière de gestion de l’eau dans le contexte des changements climatiques : impacts sur les régimes hydriques et prise de décision en adaptation
Poulin, A., Glaus, M.
French
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project in progress
Tools to Support Groundwater Management in the Face of Climate Change

Knowledge of changes in groundwater recharge will enable users to anticipate problems that could have a long-term effect on their water supply (quantity, quality, seasonal forecasts).

Scientific manager(s) : Marie Larocque, UQAM; René Lefebvre, INRS-ÉTÉ; René Therrien, Université Laval
Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Integrated Management of Dams and Resilience of Local Communities to Climate Change

The project will make it possible to adapt dam management to climate change and the water needs of local communities.

Scientific manager(s) : Catherine Frizzle, COGESAF; Catherine Choquette, Université de Sherbrooke
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2023
Gestion intégrée des barrages face aux changements climatiques et résilience des communautés locales
Frizzle, C., Choquette, C., Trudel, M., Leconte,…
French
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
ARQULUK Program: Preservation of Canada's Northern Transportation Infrastructures

This project improved adaptive capacity by developing expertise to mitigate permafrost instability under transportation infrastructure.

Scientific manager(s) : Guy Doré, Université Laval
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2016
Quantitative risk analysis for linear infrastructure supported by permafrost: methodology and computer program
Brooks, H., Doré, G., Locat, A.
English
2013
Utilisation de surfaces à albedo élevé afin de contrer la dégradation du pergélisol sous les infrastructures de transport
Dumais, S., Doré, G.
French
2013
Préservation des infrastructures de transport dans le Nord canadien: programme ARQULUK
Lemieux, C.
French
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Impacts of Climate Change on Storminess and Storm Surges in the Hudson Bay and James Bay Region

The availability of more reliable extreme water level statistics will enable designers and engineers to better assess the risks associated with extreme water levels for present and future infrastructure.

Scientific manager(s) : Jean-Pierre Savard, Ouranos
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2016
Impacts des changements climatiques sur le régime des tempêtes et les niveaux d’eau extrêmes dans la baie d’Hudson, la baie James et le détroit d’Hudson
Savard, J.-P.
French
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
State of Climate Change and Adaptation Knowledge for the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory

This state of knowledge offers a useful reference for political decision-makers, managers, community groups and local organizations seeking support for the planning of development, protection, conservation and resource management priorities

Scientific manager(s) : Stéphanie Bleau, Ouranos
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2017
État des connaissances relatives aux changements climatiques et à l’adaptation dans le territoire Eeyou Istchee Baie-James
Hennigs, R. et Bleau, S.
French
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
AVATIVUT: Environmental Monitoring and Science Education in the Schools of Nunavik

Better adaptation requires understanding. A good understanding requires observation. AVATIVUT educational activities encourage young people to observe their environment and help them understand the impact of climate change.

Scientific manager(s) : Esther Lévesque, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières et Centre d’Études Nordiques
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2019
AVATIVUT : Suivi environnemental et apprentissage des sciences dans les écoles du Nunavik
Esther Lévesque Université du Québec à Trois…
French
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Cree Resilience to Climate Change: Adaptation Action plan for the Cree Nation of Mistissini

This project helped to engage and empower community members in a participatory process on climate change adaptation It also helped to recognize the importance of interactions between different knowledge systems focussing on solutions, and highlights the need to adopt a multidisciplinary and holistic approach

Scientific manager(s) : Nation de Mistissini et Gouvernement de la nation crie
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2018
Community Proposal : Climate Change Adaptation Action Plan
Cree Nation of Mistissini and the Cree Nation…
English
2018
Effects of climate change on Cree Nation of Mistissini Canada
Cree Nation of Mistissini and the Cree Nation…
English
Nordic Environment
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Impact of Climate Change on Nunavik’s Maritime and Coastal Environment: Knowledge Synthesis

This new reference tool brings together and summarizes scientific advances on probable changes in hydroclimatic hazards and can be used for safer coastal planning and development and anticipation of potential risks.

Scientific manager(s) : Stéphanie Bleau, Ouranos; Sonia Hachem, Ouranos
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2020
Impact of Climate Change on Nunavik’s Marine and Coastal Environment: Knowledge Synthesis
Hachem S., Bleau S.
English
2020
Impact des changements climatiques sur l’environnement maritime et côtier du Nunavik : synthèse des connaissances
Hachem, S., Bleau, S.
French
2020
Impact of Climate Change on Nunavik’s Marine and Coastal Environment: Executive summary
Hachem S., Bleau S.
English
2020
Climate change and consequences for Nunavik coasts
Hachem S., Bleau S.
English
Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Assessment of the Use and Promotion of the Agroclimatic Atlas of Québec and Other Agrometeorology Tools

The project identified concrete examples of uses for the Agroclimatic Atlas, thereby introducing it to a larger number of stakeholders and promoting its use.

Scientific manager(s) : René Audet, Agriculture et agroalimentaire Canada; Denise Bachand, Centre de référence en agriculture et agroalimentaire du Québec
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2019
Bilan de l’utilisation et promotion de l’Atlas agroclimatique du Québec et d’autres outils en agrométéorologie
Bachand, D., Audet, R., Coté, H.
French
Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Adaptation of Phytosanitary Measures for Pests and Diseases of Fruit Crops in Regard to Climate Change Impacts

The knowledge resulting from this project will enable the development or revision of planning and action tools for decision makers in order to assist the crop protection sector to adapt to climate change.

Scientific manager(s) : Annabelle Firlej, IRDA
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2019
Adaptation des mesures phytosanitaires pour les ravageurs et maladies des cultures fruitières à l’égard des impacts des changements climatiques
Firlej, A., Ricard, M-P., Dieni, A., Ménard, E.,…
French
2019
Synthèse et recommandations
Firlej, A., Saguez, J.
French
Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Reasonable Water Governance When Cultivating Lowbush Blueberry in a Variable and Changing Climate

A better understanding of the risks of flower frost damage and water stress in blueberry fields and the effect of climate change on these risks, as well as target profitability thresholds to be reached through yield increases to justify investing in an irrigation system

Scientific manager(s) : Carl Boivin, IRDA
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2019
Régie raisonnée de l'eau pour le bleuet nain cultivé dans un contexte de climat variable et en évolution
Boivin, C., Bourgeois, G., Vallée, J., Deschênes,…
French
Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture . Water Management
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Participative Research on Sustainable Alternatives for Water Management in Agricultural Areas in the Context of Climate Change

The RADEAU 1 and 2 projects exploited and structured the large quantity of existing data and developed new data in order to characterize the water balance of the regions under study in current and future climates, and thus help inform the government, regional actors and other studies on water management.

Scientific manager(s) : Isabelle Charron, Groupe AGÉCO
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2019
Recherche participative d’alternatives durables pour la gestion de l’eau en milieu agricole dans un contexte de changement climatique (RADEAU 1)
Charron, I.
French
2020
Recherche participative d’alternatives durables pour la gestion de l’eau en milieu agricole dans un contexte de changement climatique (RADEAU 2)
Charron, I.
French
2021
Atlas électronique des bilans hydriques RADEAU 1 et 2 - Format GPKG
French
2021
Atlas électronique des bilans hydriques RADEAU 1 et 2 - Format SHP
French
Health . Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Evaluation of Urban Agriculture as Green Infrastructure for Individual and Collective Resilience in the Face of Climate and Social Change

This project will inform various institutions about the contribution of UA to food security, food justice, individual and collective resilience with regard to food and adaptation to climate change in the Montréal metropolitan area.

Scientific manager(s) : Éric Duchemin, UQAM
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2021
Évaluation de l’agriculture urbaine comme infrastructure verte de résilience individuelle et collective face aux changements climatiques et sociaux
Duchemin, E., McClintock, N., Pham, TTH.
French
Commercial Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture . Ecosystems and Biodiversity
2014-2019 programming
Project completed
Sustainability of Agro-Environmental Practices and Agroforestry Systems

A better understanding of the contribution of AEPs and agroforestry systems to wildlife movement in agricultural environments allows for the prioritization of land-use planning actions to promote their sustainability and effectiveness. In a changing context, the use of both natural and social science approaches is recommended to promote the adoption and sustainability of AEPs and agroforestry systems in agricultural areas.

Scientific manager(s) : Jérôme Dupras
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2020
Analyse écologique et socio-économique pour augmenter la résilience des systèmes agricoles face aux changements climatiques
Dupras, J.; Lévesque, A.; Pelletier-Guittier, C.;…
French
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