Numerical Ecology

Members of the lab

From left to right: Daniel Borcard, Pierre Legendre, Pedro Peres-Neto and Stéphane Dray.
Picture: Bernard Lambert, Direction des communications, Université de Montréal.


Interview with Louis and Pierre Legendre (in French)

English-French vocabulary of numerical ecology and statistics

CCA Bibliograpy: documenting the use of CCA in numerous papers, by John Birks.

Awards and Distinctions

  • Recipient of the Michel-Jurdant prize for Environment Sciences, Association canadienne-française pour l'Avancement des Sciences (ACFAS), for 1986
  • Killam Research Fellow, Canada Council, in 1989-1991
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (Academy of Science) since 1992
  • Recipient of the Distinguished Statistical Ecologist Award of the International Congress of Ecology - (INTECOL) in 199 and, in 1995, of the Romanowski Medal (environmental science) of the Royal Society of Canada
  • Laureate of the Twentieth Century Distinguished Service Award “for outstanding contribution to the synergistic development and direction of statistics, ecology, environment and society” awarded by the Ninth Lukacs Symposium “Frontiers of Environmental and Ecological Statistics for the 21st Century”, Bowling Green State University, Ohio.
  • Prix du Québec - Prix Marie-Victorin 2005
  • Officer of the National Order of Québec in 2007 (video)
  • Laureate of Université de Montréal Excellence in Teaching Award 2011, Full Professor category
  • Laureate of the Excellence in Teaching Award 2011 of the Faculty of Arts and Science, Université de Montréal, Science Sector.
  • Laureate of the Canadian Council of University Biology Chairs Career Achievement Award, 2012.
  • Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution President’s Award 2013
  • Adrien-Pouliot prize for scientific cooperation with France, Association francophone pour le savoir (Acfas), October 22, 2015
  • Elected Corresponding Member of Academia Mexicana de Ciencias (AMC) in 2016
  • Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher in Environment/Ecology in 2001, then from 2014 to 2018
  • Google Scholar profile