Lundi 17 octobre 2016

Intervening organization
Collège de France, CIRB CNRS UMR 7241
Name of intervener
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. 

Salle de réunion 142, bâtiment 210
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