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Changements globaux et écosystèmes aquatiques : une opportunité pour combiner recherche fondamentale et appliquée
Global changes and aquatic ecosystems: an opportunity to combine basic and applied research


Presented by Blanchet, Simon
CNRS, UMR 5321, Moulis Station d’Écologie Théorique et Expérimentale
web-link: the CNRS theoretical and experimental ecology station in Moulis (foothills of the central Pyrenees, France)
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Keywords:
biodiversitybiodiversity (intraspecific) /  conservation planning /  ecologyecosystemecosystem (aquatic) /  ecto-parasite /  evolutionary ecology /  fragmentation (landscape) /  France /  fresh water /  genetic diversityglobal changeGT4. Biology, ecology and evolution of invasive speciesGT5. Statistical and evolutionary population genomicshost-parasite interactionintroduction pathwayparasitismresistancespatial heterogeneitytolerance (parasitism) /  Tracheliastes polycolpus (copepod) /  .

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XP-103 / Talk delivered on 2018-09-25 / id: 84


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