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ESE (Ecology, Systematics and Evolution)

UMR 8079 Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, AgroParisTech

General scientific orientation

The scientific activities of ESE cover a wide range of research in ecology and evolution, focusing on the origin and dynamics of biodiversity and the evolution and functioning of ecosystems. Several ESE researchers study the effects of global changes, particularly climate change, for populations, communities and ecosystems, and the response to such changes.
Our approaches include in situ observations, experimentation, and mathematical modeling. Research projects are conducted at different scales, from genes to ecosystems, and a wide range of study organisms (plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms).
The disciplines underlying our research include plant ecophysiology, ecology (e.g. community ecology, conservation ecology, ecosystems ecology, population ecology), ecological engineering, ecotoxicology, systematics, evolution (e.g. functional and evolutionary genetics and genomics, co-evolution, evolution and development) and the social sciences for the study of socio-ecosystem adaptation. Some research projects developed at ESE involve interdisciplinary studies at the interface of ecology and social sciences. Among these projects, some are closely linked to societal concerns and contribute to the development of decision-making tools for managers of biodiversity and social-ecological systems.

Fields of research

The unit is composed of seven teams :

Team Microbial diversity, ecology and evolution (DEEM)
♦ Microbial diversity and its origin
♦ Phylogenomics and early evolution
♦ Microbial ecology
♦ Epigenomics and eukaryotic evolution

Team Biodiversity dynamics and macro-ecology (BioM)
♦ Conservation of biodiversity
♦ Ecology of invasions
♦ Macroecology and Global changes
♦ Island ecology

Team Plant ecophysiology (EV)
♦ Carbon balance and ecosystem functioning group
♦ Plant Biophotonics
♦ Photosynthesis and environment

Team Evolution angiosperms (EVA)
♦ Evolutionary drivers of plant adaptation and species diversification
♦ Evolution of pollen and flowers
♦ Taxonomy and plant systematics

Team Evolutionary genetics and ecology (GEE)
♦ Genomics of adaptation in fungi
♦ Reproduction systems and sexual chromosomes
♦ Functional and evolutionary genomics in plants
♦ Domestication and evolution
♦ Evolution of gall-forming insects
♦ Ecology of birds

Team Ecological Processes and human Impact (PEPA)
♦ Conservation and population management
♦ Landscape ecology, change in ecosystem use and urbanization
♦ Ecotoxicology
♦ Participatory sciences

Team Trajectoires écologiques et société (TESS)
♦ Adaptation and Transformation of social-ecological systems
♦ Eco-evolutionary processes in managed landscapes
♦ Indigenous & local knowledge and ecology
♦ Species translocations and societal issues

For more information
Publications
Check out the open access publications of ESE on HAL-AgroParisTech :
https://bit.ly/2CBB6RB
and
https://bit.ly/2uwVOxf

Contact details
direction.ese chez universite-paris-saclay.fr
https://www.ese.universite-paris-saclay.fr
+ 33 (0)1 69 15 64 92

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