Teaching experience

2011- on Lecturer, University of Paris-Sud - Paris XI Classes in Undergraduate and Graduate levels in Population dynamics, Evolution, Genetics and Statistiques 2009 - 2010 As a Lecturer at University of Paris-Sud - Paris XI Grad.2nd yr. Conservation ecology in English (16h) Grad.1st yr. Population dynamics (40h) Grad.1st yr. Field protocol in population monitoring (40h) 2009 As a Lecturer at University of Provence - Aix-Marseille I

Field experience

2010-on

  • many field work sessions on La Palma (Canary Islands) for feral cat project: predatory and seed dispersal impacts on island ecosystems.

2009

  • 2 weeks on Surprise Island, New Caledonia, Pacific Ocean, participation to the ALIENS program
  • 1 month in French Polynesia, Pacific Ocean, participation to the BirdLife International program

2008

  • 3 weeks on Surprise Island, New Caledonia, Pacific Ocean, participation to the ALIENS program
  • one month on Glorieuse Archipelago, Indian Ocean, participation to the research on the conservation and restoration of French Tropical Islands

2006

  • 2 weeks on La Réunion island, Indian Ocean, participation to the research on Barau Petrel Conservation Plan

2003-2009

  • many field work on Hyeres archipelago, participation to the research on the shearwater conservation

Research supervision

2013-2014 Castañeda I., Grad research project in Conservation Biology. Competitive ability of invasive ants: The effect of queens Oversight 50% 2012-2013 Palmas P., Grad research project in Conservation Biology. Feral cat trophic behavior on La Palma Island and potential to use genetic analyses in deciphering individual behavior. Oversight 100% 2011-2012 Marcela Nino. Grad management project in Ecosystem Conservation. Ecological Impact of cat presence on La Palma Island and Social study to perform cat management project.

Research programs

BiodivERsA Forecasting Future Invasions and their Impacts: FFII [2013-2016] Coordination : David Wardle, Department of Forest Ecology and Management, SLU, SE-901 83 Umeå Funds: European Commission within the 7th Framework Program DREAMS “Decrypting Relationships between Exotic species And Mass extinctions [2010-2012]. Coordination: Eric Vidal (UMR 6116, IMEP-CNRS-IRD, Marseille, F) Funds: FRB (Fondation pour la Recherche et la Biodiversité) « Evaluation des trames vertes urbaines et élaboration de référentiels : une infrastructure entre esthétique et écologie pour une nouvelle urbanité » [2009 - 2012] Coordination: Philippe Clergeau (UMR 5173, CNRS-MNHN-UPMC, Paris, F.

Professional Experience and PhD

Academic employment 2011-on: Lecturer, University of Paris-Sud (France) 2010-2011: Research assistant, University of La Laguna (Spain) 2009-2010:Research assistant & Lecturer, University of Paris-Sud (France) 2009: Research assistant & Lecturer, University of Aix-Marseille 1 (France) 2008-2009: Teaching Assistant, University of Avignon (France) 2007-2008: Teaching Assistant, University of Paul Cézanne, Aix-Marseille 3 (France) ; University of Saint Charles (Aix-Marseille 1) ; University of Avignon (France)

Communication

Oral presentations-invitations International Workshop Invasive species threat and management (18-21 September 2012, Bialowiesa, Poland). Bonnaud E., Nino M., Medina F.M., Nogales M. “Feral cat diet and impact in Canary islands with a focus on La Palma Island.” Public meeting at the National Parc of Port-Cros. (16 April 2012, Hyères, France). E. Bonnaud. “An update to the eradication of feral cat on Port-Cros Island and the expected consequences” Biodiversity Conference: Biodiver’cité Phocéenne (8 december 2010, Marseille, France) E.

Publications

Papers published or in press in peer-reviewed journals Medina F. M., Bonnaud E., Vidal E., Nogales M. Underlying ecological effects caused by invasive predators on islands: cats as example, in press to Biodiversity and Conservation. Luque G M., Bellard C., Bertelsmeier C., Bonnaud E., Genovesi P., Simberloff D., Courchamp F. (2013) The 100th of the world’s worst invasive alien species. Biological Invasions. On line Nogales M., Vidal E.