No less than eight members of Quebec-Ocean saw their works and opinions appearing in prestigious Nature  publications during the last eight months, among which two in December, one in January and the last one just yesterday. They are:
  • Irene Schloss
    Nature Scientific Reports, June 2, 2016
    Glacial melting: an overlooked threat to Antarctic krill (doi:10.1038/srep27234)
  • Philippe Archambault
    Nature Communications, August 24, 2016
    No complexity–stability relationship in empirical ecosystems (doi:10.1038/ncomms12573)
  • Daniel Bourgault, Peter Galbraith et Cédric Chavanne
    Nature Communications, December 6, 2016
    Generation of internal solitary waves by frontally forced intrusions in geophysical flows (doi:10.1038/ncomms13606)
  • Marcel Babin
    Nature Geoscience, December 19, 2016
    Marine biology: Polar merry-go-round (doi:10.1038/ngeo2870)
  • Piero Calosi
    Nature Communications, January 9, 2017
    Regional adaptation defines sensitivity to future ocean acidification (doi: 10.1038/ncomms13994)
  • Denis Gilbert
    Nature News & Views, February 15, 2017
    Environmental science: Oceans lose oxygen (doi:10.1038/542303a)
Such a performance clearly highlights the scope and international recognition of the experts at the core of Québec-Ocean's task force.

Congratulations to all!

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