Romain Bertrand

Equipe : DEEP
Fonction : Post-doctorat
Téléphone : 05 61 55 67 58
Pièce: 105
Descriptif :

Research  My research mainly aims to study the impacts of global changes on biodiversity based on statistical and numerical analysis of big spatio-temporal databases, as well as simulations. More precisely my interests in ecology focus on (i) the assessment of the effects of environmental changes on biodiversity from individuals to ecosystems, (ii) the understanding of the mechanisms which determine the species distribution, species assemblages and the ecosystem functioning in a changing world and (iii) the computation of biodiversity scenarios in the face of expected global changes. At the EDB lab, I am part of the ANR ISOLAPOP project aiming to understand and predict how the combined effects of climate change and fishing practices impact the sustainability of Calotriton asper, an endemic amphibian species in Pyrenees.
Training  PhD in Forest ecology (2012), AgroParisTech – ENGREF, Nancy, France.