[Call for projects FRB-CESAB 2022 and DataShare] Five projects selected
Five innovative projects have been selected for the synthesis of ideas and concepts and the analysis of currently existing biodiversity data.
Three in the context of the call for proposals FRB-CESAB 2022. The selected projects will be funded for a duration of three years, including the recruitment of a post-doctoral researcher for two years, the organisation of 6 meetings at the CESAB, the promotion of results, and a logistical, technical and administrative support.
Interactions between tree Biodiversity, Forest dynamics and climate in managed tropical forests: a pan tropical approach.
Principal Investigators: Maria PEÑA-CLAROS (Wageningen University, NL), et Camille PIPONIOT (Cirad, France)
Food-webs in the Anthropocene: a stable isotope synthesis to understand the global response of freshwater ecosystems.
Principal Investigators: Julien CUCHEROUSSET (CNRS, France), and Michelle JACKSON (Oxford University, UK)
Revisit Island Vulnerability during the Anthropocene Geologic Era.
Principal Investigators: Céline BELLARD (Paris-Saclay University, France), et Daniel KISSLING (Amsterdam University, NL)
Two in the context of the call for proposals DataShare. The selected projects will be funded for a duration of two years.
ISland Leaf Ecophysiological Trait Synthesis.
Principal investigators: Kasey BARTON (Hawaii University, United States), et Claire FORTUNEL (IRD, France)
Creating a global database of fish functional traits: integrating physiology and ecology across aquatic ecosystems.
Principal investigators: Sébastien BROSS (Toulouse University, France), et Nicolas LOISEAU (CNRS, France)