Université Lyon 1
Université de Lyon
Arqus
  • Domaine : Masters du domaine SCIENCES, TECHNOLOGIES, SANTE
  • Diplôme : Master
  • Mention : Biodiversité, écologie et évolution
  • Parcours : M1 Biodiversité, écologie et évolution
  • Unité d'enseignement : Ecologie fonctionnelle
Nombre de crédits de l'UE : 3
Code APOGEE : BIO1416M
UE Libre pour ce parcours
UE valable pour le semestre 1 de ce parcours
    Responsabilité de l'UE :
DOLEDEC SYLVAIN
 sylvain.doledecuniv-lyon1.fr
04.72.43.13.63
WISSEL BJORN
 bjorn.wisseluniv-lyon1.fr
    Type d'enseignement
Nb heures *
Cours Magistraux (CM)
26 h
Travaux Dirigés (TD)
4 h
Travaux Pratiques (TP)
0 h
Durée de projet en autonomie (PRJ)
0 h
Durée du stage
0 h
Effectif Cours magistraux (CM)
210 étudiants
Effectif Travaux dirigés (TD)
35 étudiants
Effectif Travaux pratiques (TP)
18 étudiants

* Ces horaires sont donnés à titre indicatif.

    Pré-requis :
L3 Sciences de la diversite
    Compétences attestées (transversales, spécifiques) :
Skills in functional ecology
    Programme de l'UE / Thématiques abordées :

This teaching unit (UE) aims at the acquisition of theoretical knowledge concerning the functioning of ecosystems and will combine lectures and field work as practical course. The UE should provide the basic ground for students of 1st year master degree in Ecology (BEEB, EEG, urban ecology, environmental genomics). The UE will focus on is ecosystem processes (pathways for energy transfer as well macroscale picture provided by biogeochemical cycles) and their relationships with biodiversity.

Lectures (CM) will allow to develop the following points:

●          Biodiversity - Ecosystem functioning relationships:

○ B-EF studies and theories,

○ Functional diversity (incl. ecosystem engineers), effect and response traits,

○ Trophic ecology: food-web, trophic cascades, top-down/bottom-up controls, (omnivory, IGP); trophic specialisation (niche size), Isotope ecology (trophic structure, trophic level), Subsidies (temporal and spatial), Holobiont concept, functional groups

●          Biogeochemical cycles (across and within ecosystem types) C, N, P by including lectures on ecosystem processes involved into (e.g., methanogenesis, leaf breakdown, nitrification)

○ Linkages between these biogeochemical cycles according to scale

○ Processes at ecotones, terrestrial vs aquatic exchange of organisms (pathway for energy transfer)

○ Stochiometry

●          Role of disturbances and/or climate change on B-EF relationships:

○ Interferences and resource acquisition interactions

○ Effects of invasive species on processes (e.g. grazing or else) and responses to invasive species

 

Practical tutorial (TD)

●          Ecosystem services: for opening students to the importance of biodiversity preservation for ecosystem functioning and thus, the providing of ecosystem services for human well-being.

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