BARRAQUAND Frederic

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  • Institute of Mathematics of Bordeaux, CNRS, Bordeaux, France
  • Behaviour & Ethology, Biological control, Coexistence, Community ecology, Competition, Conservation biology, Demography, Eco-evolutionary dynamics, Evolutionary ecology, Facilitation & Mutualism, Food webs, Foraging, Host-parasite interactions, Interaction networks, Landscape ecology, Life history, Population ecology, Spatial ecology, Metacommunities & Metapopulations, Statistical ecology, Theoretical ecology
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I studied statistical (movement) ecology for my MSc, then did a theoretical PhD in eco-evolutionary ecology, postdoc on population/community dynamics. I work mainly on species interactions, community dynamics and how they relate to each other.

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2019-04-01
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The inherent multidimensionality of temporal variability: How common and rare species shape stability patterns
Jean-François Arnoldi, Michel Loreau, Bart Haegeman
10.1101/431296

Recommended by Kevin Cazelles and Kevin Shear McCann based on reviews by Frederic Barraquand and 1 anonymous reviewer
Diversity-Stability and the Structure of Perturbations

In his 1972 paper “Will a Large Complex System Be Stable?” [1], May challenges the idea that large communities are more stable than small ones. This was the beginning of a fundamental debate that still structures an entire research area in ecology: the diversity-stability debate [2]. The most salient strength of May’s work was to use a mathematical argument to refute an idea based on the observations that simple communities are less stable than large ones. Using the formalism of dynamical...

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