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Grégory Bulté

Instructor

Degrees:B.Sc. (Québec), Ph.D. (Ottawa)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 2212
Email:gregory_bulte@carleton.ca
Office:4630 CTTC
Website:Visit my lab website

Current Research

I am broadly interested in the ecology, evolution and conservation of animals. My most recent research focused on the impact of invasive zebra mussels on native fish and turtles as well as on the natural history of native reptiles.

Selected Publications

Locke SE, G Bulté, DJ Marcogliese, MR Forbes. 2014. Altered trophic pathway and parasitism in a native predator (Lepomis gibbosus) feeding on introduced prey (Dreissena polymorpha). Oecologia (accepted)

Banger N, G Bulté, SJ Lougheed, G Blouin-Demers. 2013. Multiple paternity may enhance offspring fitness in northern map turtles, Graptemys geographica. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 91:581-588.

Bulté G, SA Robinson, DJ Marcogliese & MR Forbes 2012.  Is there such things as a parasite free lunch? Ecohealth. 9 :6-16.

Bulté G, MA Carrière & G Blouin-Demers. 2010. The impact of recreational power boating on two populations of northern map turtles (Graptemys geographica). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 20: 31-30.

Bulté G & G Blouin-Demers. 2010. Implications of extreme sexual size dimorphism for thermoregulation in a freshwater turtle. Oecologia. 162: 313-322.

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