Johnson, Ladd


Professor, department of biology - Université Laval (ULAVAL)


Johnson began his current position as professor at Université Laval (Quebec City, Canada) in 1995.  Since that time, he has conducted studies on coastal ecosystems across Canada, including the maritime estuary and gulf of St. Lawrence.  His research focuses on the ecology of benthic animals and plants in both marine and fresh waters. He is particularly interested in the dynamics of population recruitment patterns in natural and invaded communities, including both the influence of pre-settlement (e.g., dispersal) and post-settlement (e.g., mortality of juveniles) processes.



Talk : Kelp colonisation of artificiel reefs: patterns and possibilities (May 29)