Marc J. Mazerolle is professor of quantitative conservation biology and chair of the undergraduate program in environmental sciences in the department of wood and forest sciences at l’Université Laval. His research interests focus on the impacts of human disturbances on animal populations and on statistical modelling. He is a regular member of the Center for forest Research and Calcul Québec.
Ph. D. sciences forestières (U. Laval)
M. Sc. biologie (Dalhousie U.)
B. Sc. biologie (U. Moncton)