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Marie Auger-Méthé

Assistant Professor

Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries / Statistics

Faculty of Science

Marie is broadly interested in developing and applying statistical tools to infer behavioural and population processes from empirical data. While she is mostly interested in marine and polar species (e.g. narwhals and polar bears), the methods she develops are usually applicable to a wide range of species and ecosystems. Her current work centres on modelling animal behaviour using movement data. In addition, Marie is interested in the conservation and management of marine and polar ecosystems.