Anne Bruneau

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Recent Research Projects

The Canadian Airborne Biodiversity Observatory

2017/18-2019/20 • $3,000,000 • PI,CO
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BIOS2: Computational Biodiversity Science and Services

2018/19-2019/20 • $450,000 • PI,CO
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Global plant diversity patterns: case studies from early branching legume clades

2017/18-2019/20 • $99,000 • PI
All recent studies suggest that species diversity is distributed very evenly through time, across geographical regions and amongst lineages in phylogenetic history. Although it is widely believed that increased variability drives species diversification, teasing apart the causes of...

Floral evolution and biogeography in early diverging legume lineages

2010/11-2016/17 • $280,000 • PI
The proposed research program focuses on the evolution and systematics of early diverging lineages of tropical tree species belonging to the family Leguminosae (pea and bean family), subfamily Caesalpinioideae. The objectives are to reconstruct the evolutionary history of this subfamily and to...

Operations and Maintenance Support for Canadensys: Pancanadian Biodiversity Informatics Network and Portal

2016/17 • $150,000 • PI,CO
A major objective of Canada's Biodiversity Goals and Targets for 2020 is to make accessible accurate and relevant information about biodiversity and ecosystem services to support conservation and sustainable development. The Canadensys research platform is the principal informatics...

Canadian biodiversity science and information workshop: innovative research projects and key information infrastructures for a Canadian biodiversity science and information network

2014/15 • $21,596 • PI
Our capacity to understand and efficiently share knowledge on biodiversity are critical components of nationaland international efforts to decelerate the current unprecedented rate of anthropogenic species extinction. Theintegration of voluminous, complex, and distributed biodiversity...

Sample processing workstation for scanning electron microscopy

2012/13 • $39,451 • PI,CO
Microscopical imaging of biological specimens represents a crucial component of a variety of research disciplines ranging from molecular and cell biology to physiology and systematics. Scanning electron microscopy allows for high resolution imaging of surfaces. The Institut de recherche en...

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