I am a quantitative ecologist with 6 years of experience in research fields related to biogeography, forest ecology, movement ecology and surface hydrology. As a research assistant in French research institutions and today at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, I am developing efficient, statistical, modelling and mapping tools for biodiversity data, with a particular focus on predicting the distribution of species. Currently, I am investigating the global distribution of Useful Plants with research fellow Samuel Pironon, RGB Kew, Director of Science Alexandre Antonelli, and in collaboration with the Diversity and Livelihoods team.
- MSc, Ecology, Biostatistics & Modelling, Univ. Paul Sabatier, Toulouse (France), 2011
- BSc, Biology, Univ. Lorraine, Nancy (France), 2008
Ondo, I., Burns, J. & Piedallu, C. (2017).
Including the lateral redistribution of soil moisture in a supra regional water balance model to better identify suitable areas for tree species.
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