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PhD student in physical geography

- Professional experiences: 

  • Since November 2018PhD in physical geography at ESPACE, UMR 7300, Université Côte d’Azur, Nice, France). Directed by Dennis Fox and Margot Chapuis: Definition of ecological functionality indicators for Mediterranean rivers. 
  • 2018 : Master 2's dissertation at Géoazur (Sophia Antipolis, France). Supervised by Pierre Brigode: Quantification of the impacts of physiographic changes on hydrology within watersheds. 
  • 2017 : Master 2's dissertation at IRSTEA, UR Ecosystèmes Aquatiques et Changements Globaux (Bordeaux, France) ; supervised by Aurélien Jamoneau: Study of the influence of the historical landscape since 1945 on the macrophyte communities in the Aquitaine coastal lakes. 
  • 2016 : Master 1's dissertation at Environnement, Ville et Société, CNRS, UMR 5600 (Lyon, France) ; supervised by Oldrich Navratil and Nicolas Jacob: Study of the evolution of the pressures exerted by the diversions of mills since the 19th century in the Cevennes.


- Higher education: 

  • 2017-2018 : MSc in Hydrology (Master Hydroprotech), École d’ingénieurs Polytech Nice-Sophia ; Université Côte d’Azur (Nice, France).
  • 2015-2017 : MSc in water sciences (Sciences de l’eau, parcours Ingénierie de la Restauration des Milieux et de la Ressource en eau (IREMIR)) ; Université de Lyon Lumière (Lyon, France).
  • 2012-2015 : Bachelor degree in geography, environnement course ; Université Joseph Fourrier (Grenoble, France).   

                                   2015 : 3rd year done at Bristol University (United Kingdom)

- Award : 

  • 2018 : Best student poster award of the conference "International Beaver Symposium 8", from the 18th september to the 20th september 2018, Vemb, Denmark. 


Poster communications1 document

  • Lise Devreux, Pierre Brigode. Are we able to detect hydrological impacts of beaver dams at the catchment scale?. 8th International Beaver Symposium, Sep 2018, Vemb, Denmark. ⟨⟩. ⟨hal-01961546⟩