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Title : Mrs. Dr
Name : Anne Atlan
Country : France
Organisation name : CNRS
Department / section : Lab ESO "Espaces et Sociétés"
E-mail : anne.atlan@univ-rennes2.fr
Telephone : 0650124430
Web address : http://perso.univ-rennes2.fr/anne.atlan
Link to research gate
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https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=fr&as_sdt=0%2C5&q=anne+atlan&btnG=

My expertise / skills : My research themes have gradually evolved from a biological approach focused on population genetics and evolutionary ecology to an interdisciplinary approach to biodiversity that integrates the human sciences, mainly environmental sociology, but also environmental ethics and social geography. My field work were focused on invasive species and natural protected areas.

Atlan A., Udo N. "The invasive niche, a multidisciplinary concept illustrated by the common gorse", Special Issue of the journal Diversity on the subject of "Biological Invasions 2020 Horizon".
Atlan A., Van Tilbeurgh V. 2019. Les valeurs de la nature dans les îles subantarctiques - the values of nature in Subantarctic islands. VertigO – 19(1)| mars 2019 DOI : 10.4000/vertigo.24359
Udo N., Tarayre M. & Atlan A. 2016. Evolution of Germination Strategy in the Invasive Species Ulex Europaeus. Journal of Plant Ecology. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtw032.
Atlan A., Darrot D. 2012. Les invasions biologiques entre écologie et sciences sociales : quelles spécificités pour l'Outre-Mer Français ? La Terre et la Vie, 11 : 101-111.
Disciplines
I am working on :
Conservation Biology
Ecology
Ethnobiology
Ichthyology
Law
Sociology of the Environment
Keywords : socio-ecology, environmental sociology, invasive species, natural heritage, protected natural areas, ecological transition, values
Project description : My research themes have gradually evolved from a biological approach focused on population genetics and evolutionary ecology to an interdisciplinary approach to biodiversity that integrates the human sciences, mainly environmental sociology, but also environmental ethics and social geography.
My current research programs use the issue of biological invasions to explore the plurality of values related to biodiversity according to individuals and social groups, the circumstances that promote the consideration of this plurality, and their consequences in the negotiation and operationality of management actions. Beyond that, it questions the values that underlie the choices and priorities given to nature conservation, and the concept of natural heritage.
My fields of research are on natural protected areas, mainly islands. They include Brttany (Western France), Reunion island (Indian Ocean), Kergueen archipelago (subantartcic), and Port-Cros (Méditérranée).
Networking opportunities : I still do not know


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