Morgane Barbet-Massin

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Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique & Evolution - UMR 8079
Université Paris-Sud - Bat 362
91405 Orsay Cedex
FRANCE


morgane.barbet-massin_at_u-psud.fr









Education and Professional experience

2015-present: Postdoctoral associate with Franck Courchamp, Paris-Sud University, Orsay, France

2014-2015: Postdoctoral fellow with Frédéric Jiguet, National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France (Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship)

2012-2014: Postdoctoral fellow with Walter Jetz, Yale University, USA (Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship)
2011-2012: Postdoctoral associate with Walter Jetz, Yale University, USA

2008-2011: PhD in Ecology, Pierre et Marie Curie University & National Museum of Natural History (Paris, France)
Supervisors: Frédéric Jiguet & Wilfried Thuiller
Outline: Predicting the potential effects of climate changes on the distribution and diversity of European birds
2004-2008: B.S  & M.S., Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

Teaching

2014
M.S. 2 UPMC) "Modeling species distribution" (2hrs). 
2014
M.S. 2 (MNHN) "Modeling species distribution" (2hrs). 
2010 Trainer for a one week workshop on the use of biodiversity data, organized by the GBIF (tutorial sessions on species distribution modelling).
2010
M.S. 2 (UPMC) "Biodiversity and climate change" (2hrs). 
2008-2011 Practical and tutorial classes for undergraduate students at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris ("tree of life diversity", 64 hours every year). 
2008-2011
Mathematics examiner in Classes Préparatoires at Lakanal, Sceaux (30 hours every year).
Oral communications

9. Barbet-Massin M & Courchamp F (oral, 2016). The invasion of the Asian hornet in France and Europe: identifying and estimating the economic costs. Facing the invasion of alien arthropods species (Trento, Italy).

8. Barbet-Massin M, La Sorte F & Jetz W (oral, 2015). Testing the "space-for-time" substitution in biodiversity modeling and projection. IBS 7th biennial Conference 2015 (Bayreuth, Germany).

7. Barbet-Massin M & Jetz W (oral, 2014). Species distribution modeling: choosing relevant climate predictors for better accuracy. IBS Early Career Conference 2014 (Canberra, Australia).

6. Barbet-Massin M & Jetz W (oral, 2013). Assessing the Climatic Spatial and Temporal Drivers of Birds Distribution in North America. 28th Annual Symposium of the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (Austin, TX, USA).

5. Barbet-Massin M & Jetz W (oral, 2013). Global perturbations of functional structure and diversity in bird assemblages under future climate change. 6th Biennial Meeting of the International Biogeography Society (Miami, FL, USA).

4. Barbet-Massin M, Ko CY & Jetz W (oral, 2012). Assessing the potential impact of climate change on global bird functional diversity. 97th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (Portland, OR, USA).

3. Barbet-Massin M, Ko CY & Jetz W (oral, 2012). Assessing the potential impact of climate change on global bird functional diversity. 27th Annual Symposium of the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (Newport, RI, USA).

2. Barbet-Massin M, Thuiller W & Jiguet F (invited symposium, 2011). How much do we overestimate future local extinction rates when restricting the range of occurrence data in climate suitability models?  8th Conference of the European Ornithologists' Union (Riga, Latvia).

1. Barbet-Massin M, Thuiller W & Jiguet F (oral, 2009). Effects of restricting range of occurrence data to project current and future species distributions - back from predicted Iberian bird mass extinction. 2nd European Congress of Conservation Biology (Prague, Czech Republic).

Reviewer for peer-reviewed journals

Ecology Letters, Global Change Biology, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Proceedings B of the Royal Society, Diversity & Distribution, Journal of Biogeography, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Journal of Animal Ecology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Oikos, Biological Conservation, Biological Invasions, Frontiers of Biogeography, Ecology & Evolution, Progress in Physical Geography, Journal of Ornithology, Bird Conservation International