MSc. Samuel Dijoux
Job Position: PhD Student - Laboratory of Ecology of Aquatic Insects and Relict Ecosystems
Ph.D Study - Trait-based models of the dynamics of invertebrate communities in freshwaters
PhD project dedicated to the role of life-history and physiological traits on communities in small standing waters. Using mainly theoretical approaches, mathematical models will be developped to investigate the effets of climate change on freshwaters biota.
A special focus is given to individual-based approaches (age- and size-structured populations models, bioenergetic models) to link individual responses to environment change (warming, enrichment, increase of harvesting efforts, etc.) at the community level.
Interested research areas:
Population dynamics & Life history traits evolution ; Ecological modelling ; Climate change impacts ; Food webs interactions
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Brown J. J., Mennicken S., Massante J.C., Dijoux S., Telea A., Benedek A.M., Götzenberger L., Májeková M.,
Lepš J., Šmilauer P.,
Hrček J., De Bello F. (2019) A novel method to predict dark diversity using unconstrained ordination analysis Journal of Vegetation Science