The Rearrangement of Communities in Response to Global change
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Frédéric Jiguet, professor at the National Museum of Natural History, is interested in this video (10'00) to the decline of specialist species in Europe, especially birds. This decline, linked to climate change and land-use changes, is associated with a rearrangement of communities that benefits more general species. This leads to an evolution of the functions provided by these bird communities within the ecosystems.
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Ophélie Ronce, director of research at the CNRS, is interested in this video (9'52) to scenarios of biodiversity, field of research still quite young. She emphasizes the lack of consideration of the
Senior lecturer at Paris Sud University, Nicolas Delpierre presents in this video (8'44) the tree responses to climate change, focusing particularly on the dormancy period and the dates of appearance
David Mouillot, professor at the University of Montpellier, presents in this video (7'20) the problem of the responses of communities of living organisms to global changes, including climate change.