Nicolas Le Corre, Ph.D.

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Research Scientist

I am developing biophysical models that provide a realistic representation of the larval dispersal. Using a Connectivity Modeling System and oceanographic data, I look into larval dispersal and potential production considering the impact of environmental condition (e.g., temperature) and biological drivers (e.g., larval vertical distribution, behavior, growth). Overall, my research help to determine the scale of connectivity and its variability among benthic populations.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Current research and/or projects

ACCASP:

Impact of climate change on northern shrimp connectivity in the NL region

Research and/or project statements

CHONe 2: postdoc

Key publications

Le Corre, N., Pepin P., Han G., Ma Z. and Snelgrove P.V.R. (2019). Assessing connectivity patterns among management units of the Newfoundland and Labrador shrimp population. Fisheries Oceanography,. Vol. 28, p.183-202, DOI: 10.1111/fog.12401.   

Coté, D., Heggland, K., Roul, S., Fifield, D., Wareham, V., Colbourne, E., Maillet, G., Devine, B., Pilgrim, L., Pretty, C., Le Corre, N., Lawson, J., Yacos-Fuentes, C. and Mercier, A. (2019). Overview of the biophysical and ecological components of the Labrador Sea Frontier Area. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat, Research Document.                                                                       

Le Corre, N., Guichard, F., Smith G.K. and Johnson L.E. (2015). Patterns and scales of connectivity: Temporal stability and variation within a marine metapopulation. Ecology, vol. 96(8), p. 2245–2256, DOI: 10.1890/14-2126.1. 

Le Corre, N., Martel, A., Guichard, F. and Johnson L.E. (2013). Variation in recruitment: differentiating the roles of primary and secondary settlement of blue mussels (Mytilus spp.). Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 481, p.133-146, DOI: 10.3354/meps10216. 

Le Corre, N., under the supervision of Johnson L.E. and Guichard F. (2013). Variability of connectivity and recruitment within a marine metapopulation. Ph.D. Thesis, Laval University, Canada. Available from: http://www.theses.ulaval.ca/2013/29881.                                                                                       

Le Corre N., Guichard F. and Johnson, L.E. (2012). Connectivity as a Management Tool for Coastal Ecosystems in Changing Oceans, published in the book “Oceanography”, Prof. Marco Marcelli (Ed.), InTech Ed., available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/oceanography/connectivity-as-a-tool-to-manage-coastal-ecosystems-in-changing-oceans.