I am Kevin Cazelles, I am a scientist who uses
algebra, analysis, probability, statistics, data science and computational science
ecological networks and how global change affects them
in order to
conserve ecosystem functions and biodiversity that are essential to our good health and well being.
As a quantitative ecologist, I tackle research challenges in various
areas of ecology. I mainly focused on theory in macro-ecology and
network ecology (check out my PhD dissertation
) but I also worked on
various topics such as epidemics, forest dynamics, homogenization of fish
communities, analysis of media coverage, meta-ecosystems and food security. I
faced a wide spectrum of technical problems and have acquired a very
broad set of quantitative skills including wavelets analysis, biodiversity
analysis, network analysis, Bayesian statistics, etc.