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17 octobre 2016

Heure et lieu: 
11h, salle de réunion, bâtiment 210
Nom intervenant: 
Florence Débarre
Evolution in spatially heterogeneous environments

Understanding the links between the diversity of habitats and biodiversity is a core topic in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology; mathematical and computational models can help provide qualitative answers to this question. During my talk, I will present some ecological (short-term) and evolutionary (long-term) consequences of spatial structuring and environmental heterogeneities. I will start with the example of resistance to treatments, and will show how spatial heterogeneities can help limit the spread of resistance. Then I will move on to a more ecological model and will present results on the evolution of specialist and generalist strategies in a spatially heterogeneous environment. 

Organisme intervenant: 
Collège de France, CIRB CNRS UMR 7241
Date du jour: 
Lundi, Octobre 17, 2016

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