Sandrine Vaz

Informations



Institut : IFREMER


LIEU GEOGRAPHIQUE : SETE




BIOGRAPHIE :

Description of Research
I have a background in numerical ecology, spatial analyses (geostatistics and GIS), modelling species distribution and suitable habitat, marine spatial planning. I have been involved in investigation of species assemblages multivariate and spatial structure and their relationship to their habitat and ecological niche. I have worked in ecological research labs in England and in France and have contributed to several European projects addressing the factors constraining fish population and community distribution and spatial planning issues.

In MARBEC, I am involved on the following research topics :

  • Individuals, populations and habitats
  • Communities’ dynamics and functioning
  • Ecosystem approach to fisheries

Professional Preparation

  • PhD in Numerical Ecology (2001, University of Wolverhampton, UK)
  • BSc (Honors) in Applied Biology. Plant and Environment (1998, Nottigham Trent University)

Professional Appointments

  • 2013-present Laboratoire Halieutique Méditerranée, Ifremer (Sète, France)
  • 2004-2013 Unité Halieutique de Manche mer du Nord, Ifremer (Boulogne, France)
  • 2002-2003 Post-doctoral Position in Laboratoire Ecologie pour l’Halieutique, Ifremer (Nantes, France)

Publications

2017

Foveau, A., et al. "Process-driven and biological characterisation and mapping of seabed habitats sensitive to trawling." PLoS One. 12.10 (2017): e0184486.
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2016

Sheehan, E. V., et al. "An experimental comparison of three towed underwater video systems using species metrics, benthic impact and performance." Methods Ecol. Evol.. 7.7 (2016): 843–852.
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2015

David, C., et al. "Understanding winter distribution and transport pathways of the invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the North Sea: coupling habitat and dispersal modelling approaches." Biol. Invasions. 17.9 (2015): 2605–2619.
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Metcalfe, K., et al. "Spatial, socio-economic, and ecological implications of incorporating minimum size constraints in marine protected area network design." Conservation Biology. 29.6 (2015): 1615–1625.
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METCALFE, K., et al. "Evaluating conservation and fisheries management strategies by linking spatial prioritization software and ecosystem and fisheries modelling tools." Journal Of Applied Ecology. 52.3 (2015): 665–674.
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2014

BRIND'AMOUR, A., et al. "Morphospecies and taxonomic sufficiency of benthic megafauna in scientific bottom trawl surveys." Continental Shelf Research. 72 (2014): 1–9.
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CORMON, X., et al. "Spatial interactions between saithe (Pollachius virens) and hake (Merluccius merluccius) in the North Sea." Ices Journal Of Marine Science. 71.6 (2014): 1342–1355.
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Le Pape, O., J. DELAVENNE, and S. VAZ. "Quantitative mapping of fish habitat: A useful tool to design spatialised management measures and marine protected area with fishery objectives." Ocean & Coastal Management. 87 (2014): 8–19.
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LELIEVRE, S., et al. "Delineating recurrent fish spawning habitats in the North Sea." Journal Of Sea Research. 91 (2014): 1–14.
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MAHE, K., et al. "Morphological variability of the shape of striped red mullet Mullus surmuletus in relation to stock discrimination between the Bay of Biscay and the eastern English Channel." Journal Of Fish Biology. 84.4 (2014): 1063–1073.
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2011

de Madron, X. D., et al. "Marine ecosystems' responses to climatic and anthropogenic forcings in the Mediterranean." Progress In Oceanography. 91.2 (2011): 97–166.
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Madron, X. D. D., et al. "Marine ecosystems’ responses to climatic and anthropogenic forcings in the Mediterranean." Progress In Oceanography. 91.2 (2011): 97–166.
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MARBEC MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation, est une unité de recherche qui regroupe des personnels de 4 organismes : l’IRD, l’Ifremer, l’UM et le CNRS. Son objectif est l’étude de la biodiversité marine des écosystèmes lagunaires, côtiers et hauturiers à différents niveaux d’intégration, depuis les aspects moléculaires, individuels, populationnels et communautaires, et des usages de cette biodiversité par l’Homme. Nous rejoindre