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Diane Le Bouille


Research Interest

Conservation, Spatial Optimization, Modelling

Faculty Advisor(s)

Armsworth

Degree Pursuing

PhD

Education

2012 – MSc, University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6), France

2010 – MSc, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

2009 – BSc, Bordeaux 1 University, France 


Research

My research focuses on conservation planning and optimization. I use mathematical modeling to better understand and predict costs associated with protected areas, then spatial optimization approaches to inform reserve design and selection. I work directly with conservation organizations and practitioners to help guide conservation practices.


Publications

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Contact Information

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