Curriculum Vitae

2013

Lecturer at University Lille 1

2012=2013

Postodoctoral fellow at CEFE (Montpellier), with Isabelle Chuine and Ophélie Ronce
Mechanistic and statistical modelling of species ranges: phenotypic plasticity, local adaptation and model robustness.
Funding:
ANR project EVORANGE

2010=2012

Postodoctoral fellow at the University of Texas (Austin) and at CEFE (Montpellier), with Mark Kirkpatrick and Isabelle Chuine
Evolution of tree species ranges under climate change.
Funding:
FP7 Marie Curie IOF project TRECC

2009-2010

Postodoctoral fellow at the University of Texas (Austin) with Mark Kirkpatrick
Modelling life history trait evolution on a shifting environmental gradient.
Funding:
AXA Research Fund

2004-2008

Doctoral thesis in Evolutionary Biology at CEFE (Montpellier) with Doyle McKey
From the radiation of Manihot in a biodiversity hotspot to the domestication of cassava ().

 

Selected Publications

Duputié A., Zimmermann NE, & Chuine I. In press. Where are the wild things? Why we need better data on species distributions. Global Ecology and Biogeography, doi:10.1111/geb.12118. () ; Supplementary Information ().

Duputié A. & Massol F. 2013. An empiricist’s guide to theoretical predictions on the evolution of dispersal. Interface Focus, 3 : 20130028.

Gritti E.S.*, Duputié A.*, Massol F. & Chuine I. 2013. Estimating consensus and uncertainty of inherently different species distribution models. Methods in Ecology & Evolution, 4 : 442-452. *equal contributions. () ; Supplementary Information () ; Appendix 1 (R code & data) ().

Duputié A., Massol F., Chuine I., Kirkpatrick M. & Ronce O. 2012. How do genetic correlations affect species range shifts in a changing climate? Ecology Letters, 15 : 251-259. () ; Supplementary Information ().

 

Full publication list (and full texts) available there.

Teaching

 

- Plant Biology (1st year)

- Plant community ecology (3rd year)

- Ecology and Evolution (4th year would-be secondary teachers)

 

Research Interests

 

I am interested in understanding what limits species distribution ranges. To that aim, I am using mechanistic and phenomenological species distribution models.
More details on this site...

 

Together with Jean-François Arnaud, Nina Hautekèete, François Massol ad Yves Piquot at EEP, and with Cédric Vanappelghem at Conservatoire des Espaces Naturels, we are starting a new project in 2015.

This project intends to understand how life-history traits evolve towards the margins of a species' distribution range, using both theoretical models and empirical validation (using five plant species as models).

We offer a PhD position, starting during Fall 2015 (3 years), and are looking for a highly motivated student. More details can be found in these files:

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Lecturer

 

UMR CNRS 8198

Laboratoire de Génétique et Evolution des Populations Végétales

Bâtiment SN2

Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille 1

F-59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex

FRANCE

 

Tel : (+33)3 20 33 49 91 ; Fax : (+33)3 20 43 69 79

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