Camille Moreau

About me
I am a French PhD student at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the Université de Bourgogne (Dijon) since October 2014 (supervisors: B. Danis & T. Saucède). My research at the M arine Biology Lab focuses on the diversity and connectivity of sea stars (Asteroidea) in the Southern Ocean. Biogeography and phylogeography will be the main domains used for this project.
 
I completed my MSc in 2012 at the Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer in Brest, achieving two internships researching Antarctic biodiversity. The first one at the Museum national d’Histoire naturelle in Paris and the second one at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) in Cambridge. I worked at BAS for several months as a benthic biodiversity researcher, which included marine biology cruises to the Antarctica (Weddell Sea - South Georgia) and South Atlantic (Gough - Tristan da Cunha).
 
Projects 
vERSO - ASCCC
 
Recent publications
Jossart, Q., Moreau, C., Agüera, A., De Broyer, C., Danis, B. (2015). The Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS): a ten-year appraisal. ZooKeys: (524): 137–145.
 
Moreau, C.V.E., Aguera, A., Jossart, Q., Danis, B. (2015). Southern Ocean Asteroidea: a proposed update for the Register of Antarctic Marine Species. Biodivers Data Journal: (3): e7062.
 
Aguera, A., Colard, M., Jossart, Q., Moreau, C., Danis, B. (2015). Parameter Estimations of Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) Model over the Life History of a Key Antarctic Species: The Antarctic Sea Star Odontaster validus Koehler, 1906. PLOS One: DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140078
 
Saucède, T., Griffiths, HJ., Moreau, C., Jackson, J.A., Sands, C.J., Downey, R.V., Reed, A., Mackenzie, M., Geissler, P., Linse, K. (2015). East Weddell Sea echinoids from the JR275 expedition. Zookeys: DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.504.8860
 
Moreau, C., Linse, K., Griffiths, H.J., Barnes, D.K.A., Kaiser, S., Glover, A., Sands, C.J., Strugnell, J., Enderlein, P., Geissler, P. (2013). Amundsen sea Mollusca from the BIOPEARL II expedition. Zookeys: DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.294.4796

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