Results from research projects and contracts completed by Québec-Océan researchers can be transferred to government departments, private companies, not-for-profit organizations, etc. Researchers have access to state-of-the-art field and laboratory equipment, allowing them to work at the leading edge of science.

Information : Brigitte Robineau (U. Laval) or Sophie Banville (UQAR)

Recent projects

  Laboratory of Louis Bernatchez – Génivar
Genetic characteristics of the brook trout in the upstream portion of the Rupert River. Tool for sustainable management of the brook trout.
  Laboratories of Louis Fortier and Jean-Éric Tremblay – ESSO & BP
Sampling and lab analysis for assessing the ecosystems of the Beaufort Sea, before oil exploration.
Locating sensitive points in the ecosystem to ensure appropriate future management.
  Laboratory of Ladd Johnson – CEVAM
Activities for training and information exchange, development of initiatives to support harvesting, aquaculture and uses of marine algae in Québec.
  Laboratory of Jacques Locat – Transports Canada
Development of tools for managing the risk of landslides in the Gascons sector of the Société du Chemin de fer de la Gaspésie.
  Laboratory of Pascal Sirois – CLAP
Research and development financed by the Corporation LACtivité Pêche Lac-Saint-Jean
Tools for ecosystem-based management of Lac Saint-Jean to increase natural production of salmon (Salmo salar)