I am a theoretical ecologist broadly interested in the general mechanisms leading to the emergence and persistence of biodiversity at the ecological and macro-ecological scale. My research aims at predicting ecosystem resilience to perturbations in spatially structured systems to improve conservation decision-making.
I am currently doing a postdoc with Franck Jabot at LISC within the European project H2020 DRYvER – Securing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in DRYing rivER networks. I develop metacommunity models to address the effects of drying events on freshwater biodiversity for different spatio-temporal drying scenarios.
- Stability of complex systems
- Species spatial dynamics
- Food webs
- Body mass and metabolic scaling
Personal webpage: clairejacquet.weebly.com.
|Since Nov. 2020||Postdoctoral researcher, INRAE – LISC Complex Systems Lab|
|2017 – 2020||Postdoctoral researcher, University of Zurich and Eawag, Switzerland|
|2012 – 2016||PhD in Ecology, University of Montpellier, France, and University of Quebec at Rimouski, Canada|
|2010 – 2012||Master degree in Ecology, University of Montpellier, France and University of the Aegean, Greece|
|2007 – 2010||Bachelor degree in Biology, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France|
INRAE – Centre Clermont-Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
9 avenue Blaise Pascal
63170 Aubière, France