Dr. Karine Princé

I am a conservation scientist and quantitative ecologist broadly interested in global change ecology and applied biodiversity conservation. 

My research focuses on exploring the ecological responses of biodiversity to global changes, with a specific interest on the impact of climate and land use change at multiple spatio-temporal scales. For this purpose, most of my work relies on from Citizen Science programs which provide extensive data sets that allow conducting ecological research at multiple spatio-temporal scales. 

I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at the French Museum of Natural History in Paris, hosted in the Biometry and Evolutionary Biology laboratory in Lyon. I am also a Honorary Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with Benjamin Zuckerberg.