Dr. Micheline Manseau

Dr. Micheline Manseau

Biography

Dr. Micheline Manseau is Wildlife Ecologist with the National Wildlife Office of Environment and Climate Change Canada and Associate Professor at Trent University. Her primary research focuses on the development of non-invasive methods for the study and monitoring of wildlife populations, on the development of new analytical methods to identify animal population structure and ecological attributes of critical habitat and movement corridors, and on crosscultural approaches in the management of wildlife species and protected areas. Dr. Manseau works in different regions of Canada and her projects relate to the impact of environmental changes, land use activities and emerging policies. She closely works with the different levels of government, aboriginal organizations and communities and the private sector. She is a member of the N̨ ı́ o Nę P’ęnę́ Working Group.