Biodiversity dynamics and macro-ecology
The BioDyM team’s researches focus on diverse topics, all related to large-scale biodiversity conservation facing the impacts of human activities. We are particularly interested in the consequences of climate change and biological invasions on biodiversity, with a particular attention for island ecosystems. Population dynamics is also a complementary axis of our studies to better understand the underlying ecological processes and consequences of biotic interactions at local scale. Our studies may mobilize different complementary approaches, such as lab experiments, field observations or various analytical approaches (meta-analyzes of the literature results, modeling, statistical analyses).
TEAM LEADER: Franck Courchamp
TEMPORARY MEMBERS (POST-DOCS OR CDDS)
Elena Angulo, Christophe Diagne, Anna Turbelin
Conservation of biodiversity
Ecology of invasions
Macroecology and Global Changes