Co-researcher members are professors or researchers employed by a Quebec university, and contribute significantly to the consortium by bringing specific expertise to its research programming.
Collaborating members are qualified researchers in marine sciences who bring specific expertise to the research program of Québec-Ocean. Collaborating members may be employed in Quebec or outside Quebec, in a university or in the government (federal or provincial).
Benthic community ecology and disturbance
Marine optics, remote sensing and phytoplankton
Composition and quality of marine foods, Human Health
Coastal geomorphological processes
Physical oceanography in coastal areas
Remote sensing of coastal waters
Ecophysiology of marine benthic invertebrates
Biogeochemistry of the coastal, intertidal and subsurface environment
HF radar observations and ocean currents
Production, dynamics and function of coastal benthos
Arctic and sub-Arctic coastal morphodynamics
Transport, absorption and subduction of heat and carbon
Wave-bank interaction and surface circulation
Co-evolution of ice and sea level
Phytoplankton and ice algae ecology
Intertidal Ecosystem Ecology and Marine Reserves
Algae, invertebrates and invasive benthos species
Marine Food, Indigenous People
Underwater geomorphological processes
Bacteriology and ecotoxicology in cold seas
Marine-Based Nutrition and Health of Arctic Indigenous Peoples
Plankton Microbiology of the Arctic
Emerging contaminants and environmental chemistry
Geomicrobiology, Microbial processes
Numerical modeling of marine ecosystems
Marine sediment geochemistry and paleo-oceanography
Ocean dynamics and numerical modeling
Sediment dynamics and waves in coastal environments
Benthic ecology and ecophysiology of marine invertebrates
Coastal ecosystem functioning
Biogeochemistry; Geomicrobiology; Marine Geochemistry; Early Diagenesis; Isotopic Markers and stable isotopy
Hydrodynamics, sediment transport and experimental modeling
Ecophysiology of marine phytoplankton and bacteria
Marine palynology, including invasive species
Analytical chemistry and marine ecotoxicology
Bioindicators and environmental biomonitoring from past to present;
Marine paleomagnetism and sedimentology
Impact of waves on natural coasts and coastal infrastructures
Marine Essential Elements and Phytoplankton Ecophysiology
Modeling of atmosphere-ocean interactions
Ecology and microbial evolution
Estuary zooplankton ecology
Marine chemistry, photochemistry and carbon cycle
Ecology of polar phytoplankton.
Molecular, behavioural and evolutionary ecology.
Beluga Whale Habitat and Feeding Behaviour.
Marine Acoustics, Oceanography.
Characterization and modeling of the dynamics of socio-ecological systems.
Ecology of marine viruses and bacteria.
Physical chemistry of snow and climate change .
Climate of the Gulf of St. Lawrence .
Fish and zooplankton, Marine acoustics.
Natural and anthropogenic colloids and nanoparticles.
Ecology of beluga whales in Nunavik and seals in the Gulf of St. Lawrence .
Numerical modelling of the marine environment in Eastern Canada.