Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt

Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt


Summary

am a research scientist working at CSIRO on the management of forest and rural landscapes. I am broadly interested in ways of better understanding the inextricable links between human diversity and biodiversity, and ways of integrating this knowledge into decision aiding tools to help governments best support local forest and rural people who live with and manage biodiversity resources, ecosystem services and biocultural diversity heritages. My interests cover: 1) Basic & applied ecology (insects, plants, forests), 2) Biocultural diversity theory, 3) Decision-aiding science.

Biodiversity Coupled Natural & Human Systems Ecology Ecosystem Science Mathematical Biology