My fields of interests remain very open, and consist in measuring and understanding how anthropogenic activities are shaping or affecting biological diversity, the processes of community assembly and population dynamics. My PhD project focused on the species and community-scale responses of birds to climate change. I perform my researches at macroecological scale by analysing empirical data from citizen science monitoring scheme coupled with climatic and geographical data. My analytical approach often lies in creating and using metrics as simple and integrative as possible at different spatial, temporal and taxonomical scale.1.Gaüzère P., Jiguet F., Devictor V. 2016. Can protected areas mitigate the impacts of climate change on bird’s species and communities? Diversity and Distribution-early view
2.Gaüzère P., Jiguet F., Devictor V. 2015. Rapid adjustment of bird community compositions to local climatic variations and its functional consequences. Global Change Biology. 21,9 : 3367–3378.
3.Godet L., Gaüzère P., Jiguet F., Devictor V. 2015. Dissociating several forms of commonness in birds sheds new light on biotic homogenization. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24: 416–426
4.Catherine M. Tayleur, Vincent Devictor, Pierre Gaüzère, Niclas Jonzén, Henrik G. Smith, Ake Lindström. 2015. Regional variation in climate change winners and losers highlights the rapid loss of cold-dwelling species. Diversity and Distribution | pdf
5.Charbonnier Y., Gaüzère P., Van Halder I., Nezan J., Barnagaud JY, Jactel H., Barbaro L.. 2015. Deciduous trees increase bat diversity at stand and landscape scales in mosaic pine plantation. Landscape Ecology