Dr. in Ecology and underwater acoustics
Currently in a postdoctoral research position at the
Marine Bioacoustics and Ecology Lab (NTNU) ,
I am very attentive to the consequences of human activities on the living world. I decided to focus my research on noise pollution due to human activities, which is called "anthropogenic noise". It is now proven that it has a negative impact on the physiology, anatomy and behavior of several terrestrial and aquatic species. However, there is still a great lack of knowledge about marine and freshwater fish, which represent an important factor for the preservation of biodiversity and human nutrition. My work consists in characterizing the effects of noise on the behavior (feeding, social, etc.) and physiology (stress) of several species.