Research Scientist at Cohabys (ADERA), University of La Rochelle
Emeline is a marine biologist and a specialist of marine top predators. During her PhD, she studied the foraging ecology of seabirds in the North Atlantic. Then she coordinated the first large-scale aerial surveys in the French EEZ to investigate the abundance and distribution of seabirds, marine mammals and turtles. Her current research aims at reducing the effects of noise during windfarm construction on marine mammal populations. Passionate about fieldwork, Emeline has spent long stays in polar regions, where climate changes are obvious. Married and with one young daughter, she loves Latin dance, kayaking and hiking.