Laurentian Forest

© Biodôme de Montréal, 2005. All rights reserved


The Montréal Biodôme gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.

The Montréal Biodôme wishes to thank the following individuals and organizations for their help in producing this virtual exhibition:

  • Jesse Adams: volcanic eruption photo.
  • Barb and Jim Beck: pine siskin sound recording.
  • Centre de conservation de la faune ailée: birdsongs from the CDs Les oiseaux de nos jardins and Les sons de nos forêts, Lang Elliot, author, Pierre Verville, narrator.
  • François Couture: gorilla photo.
  • Sylvain Forest: great auk sculpture and photo.
  • Ganglion Films: Atlantic puffin and razorbill auk video clips.
  • P. Lafaite et C. Lemzaouda (MNHN): great auk photo.
  • Robert Lasalle: Atlantic wolffish photo.
  • Montréal Botanical Garden media library: photos of plants in a sugar maple-yellow birch stand.
  • Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec: biological pest control video clip.
  • Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune du Québec: map of vegetation regions in southern Quebec et four plant photos, from the Montréal Botanical Garden media library.
  • Musée de la civilisation, Séminaire de Québec collection. Great auk. Audubon, John-James. The Birds of America. London: 1827-1832. Jacques Lessard, photographer. No 1993.34944.
  • Julien Passerini, Explorateur Voyages: African and Asian monkey photos.
  • Natural Resources Canada: map of North American ecosystems.
  • Tourisme Québec: aerial view of the Biodôme video clip.

Design team
- Diane Mitchell
- Jean-Guy Trussart
- Marcel Parent
- Vincent Létourneau

Production team (computer graphics, Web publishing, programming and multimedia integration):
- Maxime Harvey-Carrière
- Karine Majeau
- Benoit Tremblay

- Marcel Parent

Our thanks to all the Biodôme staff who contributed their time and expertise to designing this site.

Publisher: Government of Canada, Department of Canadian Heritage, Canadian Heritage Information Network

Creator: RCIP-CHIN

Date created: 2011-06-29 03:06:54

Date modified: 2011-07-08 10:54:13


Contributor(s): Biodôme de Montréal, Virtual Museum of Canada

Age Range:  

Grade 1: 5,6 years

Grade 2: 6,7 years

Grade 3: 7,8 years

Grade 4: 8,9 years

Grade 5: 9,10 years

Grade 6: 10,11 years

Grade 7 (secondaire 1): 11,12 years

Grade 8 (secondaire 2): 12,13 years

Grade 9 (secondaire 3): 13,14 years

Grade 10 (secondaire 4): 14,15 years

Grade 11 (secondaire 5): 15,16 years

Grade 12 (CEGEP): 16,17 years


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    • Ecology
    • Natural Sciences

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