Sevrine is a scientist within the marine ecosystem modelling group at PML. Her work focuses on model development for small planktonic predators as well as fish modelling with the Size Spectra – Dynamic Bioclimate Envelop Model (SS-DBEM). Her background is in marine ecology, with a focus on predator prey interactions and food web structure. With a focus on grazers of primary production (zooplankton), all the way up the food chain to fish population dynamics and fisheries. She is currently involved in a number of large project about the impact of climate on fish and fisheries (e.g. CERES, WIO SOLSTICE), and is used to working with scientist of different background or area of interest.