Peer-reviewed publications

Inequalities in the adaptive cycle: reorganizing after disasters in an unequal world

Dade MC, Downing AS, Benessaiah K, Falardeau M, Lin M, Rieb JT, Rocha JC (2022) Special feature on Panarchy: the Metaphor, the Theory, the Challenges, and the Road Ahead, Ecology and Society

Resilience-based steps for adaptive co-management of Arctic small-scale fisheries

Galappaththi EK*, Falardeau M*, Harris LN, Rocha JC, Moore JS, Berkes F (2022) Focus collection Focus on Arctic Change: Transdisciplinary Research and Communication, Environmental Research Letters

* Co-first authorship

Biophysical indicators and Indigenous and Local Knowledge reveal climatic and ecological shifts with implications for Arctic Char fisheries

Falardeau M, Bennett EM, Else B, Fisk A, Mundy CJ, Choy ES, Ahmed MMM, Harris LN, Moore JS (2022) Global Environmental Change

Climate change impacts on sea ice ecosystems and associated ecosystem services

Steiner NS, Bowman J, Campbell K, Chierici M, Eronen-Rasimus E, Falardeau M, Flores H, Fransson A, Herr H, Insley S, Kauko HM, Lannuzel D, Loseto L, Lynnes A, Majewski A, Meiners KM, Miller LA, Michel LN, Moreau S, Nacke M, Nomura D, Tedesco L, van Franeker JA, van Leeuwe MA, Wongpan P (2021) Special feature Biogeochemical Exchange Processes at Sea-Ice Interfaces (BEPSII), Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene

Towards integrated knowledge of climate change in Arctic marine systems: a systematic literature review of multidisciplinary research

Falardeau M and Bennett EM (2020) Arctic Science

Seeds of Good Anthropocenes: Developing sustainability scenarios for Northern Europe

Raudsepp-Hearne C, Peterson GD, Bennett EM, Biggs R, Norström AV, Pereira L, Vervoort J, Iwaniec DM, McPhearson T, Olsson P, Hichert T, Falardeau M, Jiménez Aceituno A (2019) Sustainability Science

Highlighting the potential of peer-led workshops in training early career researchers for conducting research with Indigenous communities

MacMillan GA*, Falardeau M*, Girard C, Dufour-Beauséjour S, Lacombe-Bergeron J, Menzies AK, Henri D (2019) Facets Journal   * Co-first authorship

A novel approach for co-producing positive scenarios that explore agency: Case study from the Canadian Arctic

Falardeau M, Raudsepp-Hearne C, Bennett EM (2019) Sustainability Science

First records of Pacific sand lance (Ammodytes hexapterus) in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago

Falardeau M, Bouchard C, Robert D, Fortier L (2017) Polar Biology

Once upon a larva: Revisiting the relationship between feeding success and growth in fish larvae

Pepin P, Robert D, Bouchard C, Dower JF, Falardeau M, Fortier L, Jenkin GP, Leclerc V, Levesque K, Llopiz JK, Meekan MG, Murphy HM, Ringuette M, Sirois P, Sponaugle S (2015) ICES Journal of Marine Science (Selected as an Editor’s Choice)

Could the planktonic stages of polar cod and Pacific sand lance compete for food in the warming Beaufort Sea?

Falardeau M, Robert D, Fortier L (2014) ICES Journal of Marine Science

Book chapters

Bottom of the food web

Fuller S and Falardeau M (2018). In Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas, Oceans North Conservation Society, World Wildlife Fund Canada, and Ducks Unlimited Canada, Ottawa, ON, pp. 38-44.

Chapter 5 – Perspectives on Canada’s North Coast region

Ford JD, Bell T, Couture NJ, Atkinson DE, Champalle C, Cunsolo Willox A, Dawson J, Falardeau M, Flynn M, Harper S, James TS, Labbe J, Lanz T, Mauro I, Myers E, Ogden N, Parewick K, Pearce T, Radosavljevic B, Riedlsperger R, Sayles J, Tremblay M (2016).  In DS Lemmen, FJ Warren, TS James, CSL Mercer Clarke (ed) Canada’s Marine Coasts in a Changing Climate, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, pp. 153-206.

Chapter 4 – Arctic change: Impacts on marine ecosystems and contaminants

Fortier L, Reist JD, Ferguson SH, Archambault P, Matley J, Macdonald RW, Robert D, Darnis G, Geoffroy M, Suzuki K, Falardeau M, MacPhee SA, Majewski AR, Marcoux M, Sawatzky CD, Atchison S, Loseto LL, Grant C, Link H, Asselin NC, Harwood LA, Slavik D, Letcher RJ (2015). In G Stern, A Gaden (ed), The Integrated Regional Assessment of the Canadian Western and Central Arctic (IRIS 1), ArcticNet, Quebec City, QC, pp. 161-189.