Sophie Crevecoeur
Sophie Crevecoeur
Environment and Climate Change Canada
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Bacterial community structure across environmental gradients in permafrost thaw ponds: methanotroph-rich ecosystems
S Crevecoeur, WF Vincent, J Comte, C Lovejoy
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 126850, 2015
Co-occurrence patterns in aquatic bacterial communities across changing permafrost landscapes
J Comte, C Lovejoy, S Crevecoeur, WF Vincent
Biogeosciences 13 (1), 175-190, 2016
Diversity and potential activity of methanotrophs in high methane-emitting permafrost thaw ponds
S Crevecoeur, WF Vincent, J Comte, A Matveev, C Lovejoy
PLoS One 12 (11), e0188223, 2017
Microbial biogeography of permafrost thaw ponds across the changing northern landscape
J Comte, A Monier, S Crevecoeur, C Lovejoy, WF Vincent
Ecography 39 (7), 609-618, 2016
Phototrophic pigment diversity and picophytoplankton in permafrost thaw lakes
A Przytulska, J Comte, S Crevecoeur, C Lovejoy, I Laurion, WF Vincent
Biogeosciences 13 (1), 13-26, 2016
The Ecobiomics project: Advancing metagenomics assessment of soil health and freshwater quality in Canada
TA Edge, DJ Baird, G Bilodeau, N Gagné, C Greer, D Konkin, G Newton, ...
Science of The Total Environment 710, 135906, 2020
Bacterial production in subarctic peatland lakes enriched by thawing permafrost
BN Deshpande, S Crevecoeur, A Matveev, WF Vincent
Biogeosciences 13 (15), 4411-4427, 2016
Environmental selection of planktonic methanogens in permafrost thaw ponds
S Crevecoeur, WF Vincent, C Lovejoy
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 31312, 2016
Large scale biogeography and environmental regulation of methanotrophic bacteria across boreal inland waters
S Crevecoeur, C Ruiz‐González, YT Prairie, PA del Giorgio
Molecular Ecology, 2019
Rapid shifts in methanotrophic bacterial communities mitigate methane emissions from a tropical hydropower reservoir and its downstream river
PCJ Reis, C Ruiz-González, S Crevecoeur, C Soued, YT Prairie
Science of the Total Environment 748, 141374, 2020
Changes in ammonium and pH within intertidal sediments in relation to temperature and the occurrence of non-indigenous bivalves
LI Bendell, K Chan, S Crevecoeur, C Prigent
Open Journal of Marine Science 2014, 2014
Bloom announcement: an early autumn cyanobacterial bloom co-dominated by Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and Planktothrix agardhii in an agriculturally-influenced Great Lakes …
RM McKay, T Frenken, N Diep, WR Cody, S Crevecoeur, A Dove, ...
Data in Brief 30, 105585, 2020
Broad screening of toxic and bioactive metabolites in cyanobacterial and harmful algal blooms in Lake of the Woods (Canada and USA), 2016–2019
A Zastepa, JA Westrick, A Liang, JA Birbeck, E Furr, LC Watson, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 49 (1), 134-146, 2023
Spatio-temporal connectivity of the aquatic microbiome associated with cyanobacterial blooms along a Great Lake riverine-lacustrine continuum
S Crevecoeur, TA Edge, LC Watson, SB Watson, C Greer, JJH Ciborowski, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 14, 191, 2023
Prevalence and ecological features of deep chlorophyll layers in Lake of the Woods, a complex hydrological system with strong trophic, physical, and chemical gradients
A Zastepa, J Comte, S Crevecoeur
Journal of Great Lakes Research 49 (1), 122-133, 2023
Tracking the upstream history of aquatic microbes in a boreal lake yields new insights on microbial community assembly
S Crevecoeur, YT Prairie, PA Del Giorgio
PNAS nexus 1 (4), pgac171, 2022
Co-occurrence patterns in aquatic bacterial communities across changing permafrost landscapes.
J Comte, C Lovejoy, S Crevecoeur, WF Vincent
Biogeosciences Discussions 12 (13), 2015
CyanoCyc Cyanobacterial Web Portal
L Moore, R Caspi, DA Campbell, JR Casey, S Crevecoeur, DJ Lea-Smith, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 15, 1340413, 2024
What are the impacts of trace minerals on the environment?
M Duplessis, C Girard, I Royer, S Crèvecoeur, A Zastepa
Microbial assemblies of Arctic freshwater systems
S Crevecoeur, C Lovejoy
Microbial Life in the Cryosphere and Its Feedback on Global Change, 197–212, 2021
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