I hold a bachelor’s degree in Marine Ecology, and a master’s degree in Ecological Modelling, both completed in France. I love combining my ecological and modelling skills, to better understand and predict species and their environment, as well as how climate change impacts them.
I am focused on Coastal Ecology, and young fishes’ habitats. During my masters’ thesis, and a subsequent year-long role as a research assistant at INRAE (French Research Institute for the Agriculture and Environment), I studied the quality of juvenile flatfishes’ habitats. I used individual-based energetic models to assess the issue of trophic limitation in coastal and estuarine nurseries.
I am also involved in the ICES working group on the Value of Coastal habitats for Exploited Populations.