I am currently a post-doctoral research associate at the National Museum of Natural
History (MNHN) of Paris (France) in the department of biodiversity conservation (CESCO)

Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle
43rue Buffon, 75005 Paris

Tel : (+33) 1 40 79 36 45
lorrilliere@mnhn.fr button-researchgatetwitter-png-hd-1-180x180

Research interests

Macro-ecology, Quantitative and spatial ecology, Community and population ecology, Global change, Biodiversity indicators, Dispersion and connectivity, Statistical and mechanistic modeling, Birds

Concerns about the influence of global changes on biodiversity need to investigate the mechanisms underlying changes in species range distributions and population sizes at large temporal and spatial scales. As a conservation biologist (PhD in Ecology at Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris), these issues are part of my main interests. My work focuses on understanding how macro-ecological processes drive spatial dynamic patterns of populations and communities.

I am a bird watcher and a bird ringer, so I am very interested in the ecology of birds, particularly in the European context. In my last two postdoctoral positions, I have worked on the French Breeding Bird survey (FBBS) database. Currently, I examine which indicators are relevant for assessing the effect of connectivity on bird communities and how to find the best approach to downscale abundance indicators, from national to regional scale.