Solene Marion

Solène Marion is postdoctoral researcher in the UBC's Wildlife Coexistence Lab. She earned her Ph.D. in geography from the University of St Andrews (Scotland), where she investigated the spatio-temporal interaction between red deer and hikers in the Scottish Highlands. Before that, she obtained her MSc in Ecosystem ecology from the University of Montpellier (France), where she studied honeybees’ health population under multiple stressors. Overall, Solène is passionate about understanding complex ecological systems with anthropogenic pressure. Her research uses camera trapping, GPS tracking, and GIS to understand how outdoor activities impact the spatio-temporal distribution of wildlife.

Affiliations: UBC