Hugo Corval

My principal domain of interest is landscape genomics, i.e., the study of spatial patterns of selection and the influence of the landscape on local adaptation.

By combining ecological and genomic information, I seek to understand how species cope with changing or different environments. To do so, I use the European barn owl (Tyto alba) as a model and look for some traces of selection at the genomic level. This allows me to assess how natural populations evolve through time and space and disentangle the genomic implications.

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