Rémi Duflot


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ORCID link: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5070-903X


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Research interests

My research interests are in the broad field of landscape ecology. I study the relationship between landscape structure and biodiversity, looking at the effects of heterogeneity and connectivity on gamma and alpha diversity, and on species and functional/trait composition. I also work on applied research related to decision-making in landscape planning using spatial modelling: I used spatial graphs for my work on ecological network(s), and remote-sensing imagery to investigate ecosystem services provisioning. I mostly studied agricultural landscape so far, focusing on carabid beetle, plant, and bird communities. My research in Mikko’s group is focused on management diversity; whether it increases landscape heterogeneity and thus supports overall biodiversity in boreal forest.


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