Background and activities
My research broadly focus on biodiversity conservation. I am interested in multiple subjects but I mainly focus on improving human-wildlife coexistence as well as filling gaps between science and policy. For these -ambitious- goals I am using a wide range of discipline, from spatial statistics and GIS to social sciences and ecology.
As a quantivative oriented person I am also involved in different courses given by the department of geography:
- GEOG 3526: GIS: Geographical Information System
- GEOG 3527: GIS Tools for Climate Change studies
- GEOG 3006: Quantitative methods
Do not hesitate to send me a mail if you have any questions related to my area of research :-)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2019) What form of human-wildlife coexistence is mandated by legislation? A comparative analysis of international and national instruments. Biodiversity and Conservation. vol. 28 (7).
- (2018) Research for AGRI Committee - The revival of wolves and other large predators and its impact on farmers and their livelihood in rural regions of Europe. 2018.
- (2019) Bayesian hierarchical modeling of citizen science data in biodiversity using INLA: A case study with citizen science data in Norway. Spatial Statistics 2019: Towards spatial data science ; 2019-07-10 - 2019-07-13.
- (2018) The revival of wolves and other large predators and its impact on farmers and their livelihood in rural regions of Europe. Meeting of the European Parliament's Agriculture and Rural Development committee . European Parliament Policy Department; Brussels. 2018-08-29.
- (2018) How to bring ecology into policy in the Anthropocene? Theimportance of framing and different conservation paradigms. Oikos Conference . Nordic Society Oikos; Trondheim. 2018-02-21.