• UMR AMAP, INRA, Montpellier, France
  • Agroecology, Biogeography, Climate change, Ecosystem functioning, Food webs, Interaction networks, Landscape ecology, Macroecology, Paleoecology & Paleontology, Spatial ecology, Metacommunities & Metapopulations, Theoretical ecology
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CĂ©dric Gaucherel, with a background in Physics, has a long-term experience in ecology and related environmental fields, including ecosystem functioning, ecological modelling and spatial/temporal analyses. He is a researcher at the Institut National de Recherche en Agronomie (INRA) in France, and was also the head of the Department of Ecology of the French institute of Pondicherry (IFP, India). With more than 80 scientific publications, he has demonstrated in the past the capacity to study most components of such socio-ecological systems, often at large spatial and temporal scales. In addition, he developed and masters the cutting-edge methods proposed here to grasp macroecological, ecosystemic and environmental processes.

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Ecosystems shelter a huge number of species, continuously interacting. Each species interact in various ways, with trophic interactions, but also non-trophic interactions, not mentioning the abiotic and anthropogenic interactions. In particular, pollination, competition, facilitation, parasitism and many other interaction types are simultaneously present at the same place in terrestrial ecosystems [1-2]. For this reason, we need today to improve our understanding of such complex interaction netw...


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