I am interested in a broad range of research topics, running from forest ecology to landscape ecology. The common ground between my different areas of interest is to understand how human-related activities induce major global changes and disrupt the functionning of ecosystems and biodiversity. During my previous research experiences, for instance, I had the opportunity to study the impacts of the non-indigenous species invasion in a tropical forest ecosystem, as well as the impacts of habitat fragmentation, crop rotation and farming practices on biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.
As climate change is causing profound changes in the functioning of ecosystems and the geographical distribution of species and will become soon the main threat to biodiversity, particularly in forested ecosystems, I take special interest in studying the impacts of climate change on forests for the upcoming decades. I have just started a PhD to study the reliability of species distribution model projections by comparing the capacity of correlative models and process-based models to predict past and future distributions of temperate tree species.
MSc in Ecology, 2020
National Museum of Natural History (MNHN), Paris
MEng in Agronomy and Environmental Sciences, 2020
Institute of Technology for Life, Food and Environmental Sciences (AgroParisTech), Paris
Fine comparison of the capacity of correlative models and process-based models to predict past and future distributions of iconic temperate tree species from European forests.
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