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Dynamics of biodiversity, anthropoecology team

At the crossroads of paleoecology, archaeobiology and evolutionary biology, the Dynamics of biodiversity, anthropoecology team is interested in the dynamics of biodiversity on different time scales, from ancient periods (Mesozoic-Cenozoic) to the last millennia (Holocene). Strongly rooted in the Mediterranean basin, our work focuses both on the interaction networks between organisms (functional ecology) and on the biological and cultural history of domestic plants (in particular, vine, olive, argan, date) and animals (pig, sheep, goat, dog) within human societies (archaeobotany and archaeozoology). Our preferred tools are carpology, anthracology, palynology, the study of fossil leaves and organisms trapped in amber and copal, wood eco-anatomy, traditional and geometric morphometrics.

Coordination :
Researcher

Les membres

Laurent Bouby

Advanced research assistant IR

Thomas Camagny

PhD student

Lucie Chabal

Researcher

Julien Chardonneau-Henneuse

PhD student

Ana Ejarque

Researcher

Allowen Evin

Researcher

Isabel Figueiral

Archaeobotanist

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Vincent Girard

Lecturer

Sarah Ivorra

Research assistant IE

Marine Jeanjean

PhD student

Angèle Jeanty

PhD student

Célia Lecomte

Short-term technician

Bertrand Limier

Technician

Serge Muller

Lecturer

Cyprien Mureau

Postdoctoral fellow

Thierry Pastor

Technician

Philippe Poirier

Anthracologist

Reyes Luelmo Lautenschlaeger

Postdoctoral fellow

Jérôme Ros

Researcher

Jean-Frédéric Terral

Professor

Mariano Ucchesu

PhD student