Margot Neyret 



Dr. Margot Neyret

Member of Young Scientist Group 'Causes and Consequences of biodiversity change'

I am currently working as a postdoc in the group Causes and Consequences of Biodiversity Change. I am a community ecologist studying the effects of global changes on the structure of ecological communities and the functioning of ecosystems. I am also interested in the role of plant communities in soil conservation. I have a particular interest in linking ecological studies with socio-economic data to better inform management policies.

My current project aims to investigate the relationships between landscape composition and configuration, biodiversity, and ecosystem services within the Biodiversity Exploratories. The main objective of this project is to determine the “optimal” landscape composition (in terms of proportions of fields with varying management intensities) that minimises the trade-offs between biodiversity conservation and the delivery of multiple ecosystem services.

External links:
Personal website
Research gate
List of publications on Google Scholar