Marie-Josee Fortin elected Fellow, Ecological Society of America

Congratulations Professor Marie-Josee Fortin on being elected Fellow in the Ecological Society of America (ESA)!

Photo by Virginie Angers.

Marie-Josee Fortin is a spatial ecologist. Her research is at the interface of several disciplines (spatial ecology, conservation, disturbance ecology, community ecology, landscape genetics, spatial epidemiology, spatial statistics, spatially explicit modeling and network theory) where the most pressing ecological problems lie. She has devoted her career to the development of novel spatial statistics, analytic methods and spatially explicit simulation models to predict species dispersal in fragmented landscapes for the conservation of biodiversity.

Visit the ESA site to read the official announcement.