PhD candidate, Paris Diderot University
I am a PhD candidate in Environmental Geography at Paris Diderot University. My research project focuses on the environmental changes and the ecohydrological resilience of the Amazon from landscape to basin scale. It mobilizes the Panarchy concept to raise new questions about forest hydrology in a cross-scale perspective, in order to investigate the resilience of the Amazon with environmental observation data.
In addition, I work for a regional conservation organization, where I develop remote-sensing methods for natural habitat conservation projects.
Key research Interests: Landscape science, Ecohydrology, Social-Ecological Systems, Resilience, Panarchy and multi-scale analysis, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems