Population and community ecology
The EPC team’s research focuses on the impact of human activities on biodiversity, especially on populations and communities. We are interested in the effects of climate change, environmental pollution, invasive species and other human-caused disturbances on population dynamics, ecosystem functioning, whether natural or man-made, and the services they provide.
These studies may involve chemistry, genetics, evolutionary biology, functional ecology, population monitoring, economics, modelling or participatory science. Thus, we use different complementary approaches: field observations, experimentation at different scales, data analysis, risk-exposure measures, meta-analysis of literature results, simulation modelling and mathematical analyses.
TEAM LEADER: Marc Girondot
Fatima Allaoui, Emmanuelle Baudry, Carmen Bessa-Gomes, Maya Bimbot, Noureddine Bouaïcha, François Chiron, Sandrine Fontaine, Marc Girondot, Jean-Michel Guillon, Christophe Hanot, Virginie Héraudet, Florence Hulot, Sara Karolak, Yves Lévi, Lucie Oziol, Michèle Viel
Naila Yasmine Benayache, Alexandre Girard, Alejandra Morales-Merida, Estelle Renaud, Lola Serée, Elise Verrier
TEMPORARY MEMBERS (POST-DOCS OR CDDS)
Adriana Cortes-Gomes, Christophe Diagne, Gaëlle Gilquin, Romain Lorillière
Conservation and population management
Ecology of biological invasions
Landscape ecology, change in ecosystem use and urbanization
Macroecology and climate change