Institut de recherche sur les forêts, GREMA, UQAT
Campus of Amos
- Professor of forest science, UQAT, Canada (2020-present)
- Postdoctoral researcher in ecological modelling, INRA – Grand Est, France (2017-2019)
- Postdoctoral researcher in ecological modelling and paleoclimatology, CEREGE, France (2015-2017)
- Specialist in climate scenarios and services, Ouranos, Montréal (2014-2015)
- PhD in Biology – Dendrochronology, paleoecology, and paleoclimatology, UQAR, Canada (2014)
- Master’s degree – Soil and forest conservation and restoration, Università degli studi della Tuscia, Italy (2008)
- Bachelor’s degree – Forest and environmental science, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy (2006)
I study of the influence of natural and anthropogenic disturbances and climate change on past, present and future forest ecosystems functioning. My research is at the interface between three disciplines: forest ecophysiology, mechanistic modeling and dendroclimatology. At the stand scale, I study carbon and water fluxes, and other biogeochemical cycles in forests. At the landscape level, I analyze plant succession and ecosystem transformations, especially following fires.
I also study the climate variability at regional scale and its forcings (especially volcanism) by producing climatic reconstructions using biological archives (tree-rings) and climate scenarios through the post-processing of regional and global model simulations. In recent years, I have acquired significant skills in the ecophysiological modeling of forest ecosystems and in the joint analysis of multiple tree-ring traits including their width, anatomy, density and stable isotopes.
KEYWORDS : Carbon and water fluxes, Stable isotopes, Ecological successions, Climate variability and its forcing, Dendroclimatic reconstructions, Climate scenarios, Forest ecophysiological modelling, Tree-ring multiple traits
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