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I am an agroecologist interested in the interaction between agricultural landscapes and biodiversity. I am particularly interested in the role of beneficial insects such as pollinators and natural enemies in agroecosystems. I’m trying to bridge different disciplines such as landscape ecology, community ecology, functional ecology and agronomy to understand: (1) how agricultural practices and landscape structure influence biodiversity, (2) how community assembly of insects influence the provision of ecosystem functions (pollination, predation) and (3) how ecosystem functions can lead to the provision of ecosystem services.

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the CEC. I am involved in the FORMAS Cost project, where I focus on the effect of organic farming and landscape complexity of the diversity of pollinators. In a context of steep decline of pollinating insects, there is a need to explore the contribution of a decrease in farming intensity to the conservation of pollinating insects. More specifically, the long-term and large-scale effect of organic farming on such communities and the associated pollination delivery is still to be explored.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Ecology


  • landscape ecology
  • insect pollinators
  • ecosystem functions
  • agricultural landscapes
  • biodiversity


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