Theoretical and Experimental Ecology Station

Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in changing Landscapes (EEDYL)

The team Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in changing Landscapes (EEDYL) aims at understanding reciprocal eco-evolutionary dynamics in landscapes modified by human activities.

The team uses diverse tools (including genomics, experiments, empirical surveys, meta-analyses) to understand if and how species persist and adapt in altered landscapes, and to predict how adaptations to global changes affect ecological and evolutionary processes, from populations to ecosystems. A self-declared objective of the team is to use these fundamental insights to develop applied tools for managers and stakeholders.

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