Rodolphe Gonzales

Rodolphe Gonzales
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Department of Geography

Ph.D. Geography

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September 2015 - May 2016
Université de Montréal
Position
  • Researcher
July 2015 - May 2016
Université de Montréal
Position
  • Researcher
December 2012 - February 2013
University of Adelaide
Position
  • Invited researcher

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Publications (12)
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Habitat loss and fragmentation continue to drive declines of amphibian populations. Maintaining connectivity between aquatic and terrestrial habitats and across wetlands is critical to amphibian conservation, particularly in regions where climate change may exacerbate habitat loss. Our objective was to study the impact of climate- and human-driven...
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Academic mobility for field work, research dissemination and global outreach is increasingly recognized as an important contributor to the overall environmental footprint of research institutions. Student mobility, while less studied, also contributes to universities' environmental footprint. Université de Montréal (UdeM) is the largest university...
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The resilience of resource-based communities facing natural disturbances partly depends on the capacity of a wide diversity of stakeholders to share their expertise, articulate their efforts, and develop solutions that are both effective and equitable. Structural methods from network theory can be used to measure how efficiently and thoroughly coll...
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One of the projects within the Landscape Futures Program is “Climate Change, Community and Environment: Building research capability to identify climate change vulnerability and adaptation options for South Australian landscapes”, which was funded by the South Australian Government through the Premier's Science and Research Fund (PSRF). This projec...
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Les films sont porteurs d’un discours géographique original. Au-delà de la vision d’un auteur, ils reflètent souvent le regard qu’une société pose sur les territoires. L’objectif de ce projet de recherche est d’étudier le discours géographique développé par le cinéma canadien à travers une analyse des lieux qui structurent ses récits. Cette analyse...
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As human activities increasingly threaten the ecosystems on which they depend, one of the main questions our societies are facing is related to the resilience – seen as a necessary element of sustainability – of social–ecological systems (SESs). SESs are composed of many heterogeneous elements including human actors such as institutions and resourc...
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1 INTRODUCTION This report presents the development and outcomes to-date of the Premier’s Science and Research Fund Project ‘Building research capability to identify climate change vulnerability and adaptation options for South Australian landscapes’. This meets the requirements of the project including reporting on:  Expenditu...
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One of the foundational studies of social network analysis produced a depiction of scientific collaboration by tracing a network of scientific papers linked by co-authorships and co-citations, which has since spurred numerous studies on the typology, organization and dynamics of scientific research networks. This paper introduces social network ana...
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How should researchers store and share data? For most of history, scientists with results and data to share have been mostly limited to books and journal articles. In recent decades, the advent of personal computers and shared data formats has made it feasible, though often cumbersome, to transfer data between individuals or among small groups. Mea...
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Recent advances in computer networks and information technologies have created exciting new possibilities for sharing and analyzing scientific research data. Although individual datasets can be studied efficiently, many scientists are still largely limited to considering data collected by themselves, their students, or closely affiliated research g...

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