Dr.

Camille Musseau

Domain/Position

IGB/FUB, Königin-Luise-Straße 1-3, 14195 Berlin

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Working group
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POSITION

2016 - Guest scientist IGB, Germany

2016 - Postocdoral Fellow, BIBS Project, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

 

EDUCATION

2015 - PhD Functional ecology, Université de Toulouse, France

2012 - MSc Functional Ecology, Université de Toulouse, France

2010 - BSc Biology of Organisms, Populations and Ecosystems, Université de Toulouse, France

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids IV, Girona, Spain

CSTAR meeting, Santa Cruz, California, USA

 Biological Invasions Conference, Rennes, France

 

GRANTS

Promoting international experience for young scientists - 1700 USD, Université de Toulouse, France

Research department for Ph.D. students - 1500 USD, Université de Toulouse, France

 

REVIEWING ACTIVITY

Journal of Animal Ecology Knowledge and management of aquatic ecosystems, Aquatic Biology, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Ecology of Freshwater Fish

 

TEACHING

Ecology (BSc & MSc), Animal Biology (BSc), Entomology (MSc), Botanic (BSc)

Bridging in Biodiversity Science (BIBS)

BIBS is a BMBF project for biodiversity data collection and synthesis in Germany
Contact person
Mark Gessner
Hans-Peter Grossart
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem research
(Dept. 3) Experimental limnology
Start
12/2016
End
11/2019
Topic

Long-term effects of invasive species in novel communities (InDyNet)

Invasion biology has addressed or even solved several key questions about biological invasions, but the central issue of long-term effects of invasive species has remained critically unexplored. Several case studies exist about long-term population dynamics of invasive species and their impacts, but a general synthesis or understanding is currently lacking. This knowledge gap is critical, as long-term shifts in invader population densities and traits are likely and may have large consequences of ecological and economic interest. This project aims to narrow the knowledge gap.
Contact person
Jonathan Jeschke
Florian Ruland
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem research
Start
01/2015
End
12/2018
Topic

2018

2017

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