I am a researcher working at the Office Français de la Biodiversité (OFB), in the Department of Research and Scientific Support, Conservation and Management of Species at Stake. I am based in Juvignac (France).
I use my modeling and data analysis skills to study the spatiotemporal dynamics of wolf and lynx populations in France to improve their conservation and management. Examples of projects on these species are: reduction of lynx-vehicles collisions, landscape management impacts, modeling of wolf demography, occupancy analysis, population and individual monitoring (e.g., camera traps, genetic analyses), impact of wolf legal killings on the population, prey-predator interactions. I also have strong skills in individual-based modeling.
I work closely with the Human-Animal Interactions (HAIR) team at the Centre d’Écologie Fonctionelle et Évolutive (CEFE) in Montpellier (France).