To our knowledge, this study is the first to investigate the causes and consequences of Cedrela odorata spread in West African natural forests.
To understand whether and to what extent these crops could contribute to the maintenance of pollinator populations, we investigated the inter-annual correlation between MFC resources and the reproduction of cavity-nesting pollinators (solitary bees and wasps) at a national scale.
Master thesis - This study investigates immediate and long-term effects of agricultural landscape and related farming practices on biodiversity. I used hurdle models to assess the link solitary bee nest-building or earthworm abundance and both farming practices and landscape variables.
Draft paper - This study adds to a growing literature suggestive of cryptic fish diversity in Eastern Africa, and highlights the need for further research on stream fishes in that region.