Pr. Paolo GUIDETTI

Paolo est directeur du laboratoire ECOMER (Université de Nice) et professeur en écologie marine. Il est spécialisé dans la conservation marine, et plus particulièrement en liant les aspects scientifique et de gestion des ressources halieutiques. Il est acteur des discussions en cours sur l'établissement d'aires marines protégées.

Responsabilités

chercheur (PU, aires marines protégées)
Ecosystèmes CÔtiers Marins Et Réponses aux Stress (ECOMERS)

Distinctions

  • Université de Nice

Biographie

Paolo Guidetti: born in Genoa (Italy) on May 31st 1969. Presently, Professor of Ecology at the University of Nice (France). Formerly (2007-2012), researcher in Zoology at the University of Salento (Lecce, Italy). University degree 110/110 in Biological Sciences at the University of Genoa (Italy). PhD in ‘Fundamental Ecology’ at the University of Lecce (Italy). Visiting scientist in 2003 and 2004 at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UC San Diego, USA). Fellowship at the Staziona Zoologia 'A. Dohrn' of Naples (Italy) from 1996 to 1999. Teaching courses on ‘Fish Ecology’, ‘Fishery Biology and Management’, and ‘Marine Conservation’ at Universities of Genoa and Lecce-Salento, and courses on ‘Origin of Life’ and ‘Introduction to Ecology’ at the University of Nice. Scientific responsible of more than 30 national and international projects on marine protected areas, with emphasis on conservation of fish assemblages and management of small-scale fisheries.

Recherche et activités
Domaines de recherche :
Marine Ecology
Conservation Ecology
Fish Ecology
Rocky Reefs
Seagrasses
Enseignements :

Marine biology & ecology, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis