I am an ecologist, researcher at the French CNRS on invasion ecology and climate change.
During my Ph.D. at University Paris XI, I aimed at understanding the predicted effects of climate change (including sea-level rise) on biodiversity, through a variety of modeling tools :species distribution models, climate analog analyses, and spatial statistics.
Then, I continued my research on biogeography of biological invasions and the interactions between climate change and biological invasions at University College of London, by linking large scale patterns and community ecology on islands, through a variety of modeling tools including network analyses. Now, I expand my research focusing on life history traits that are associated to invasiveness and sensitivity to climate change.
More specifically, my main topics :
- the effects of climate change on biodiversity (vulnerability assessments)
- the consequences of global changes on terrestrial biodiversity
- the interactions between climate change and invasions
- the consequences of biological invasions worldwide
- island biogeography in the context of global change