Quantitative Ecology Lab 2.0

We are an interdisciplinary ecology research group that employs mathematical and statistical models to study how organisms interact among themselves and with their environment in heterogenous spatio-temporal settings.

Lab news


We welcome John Michael Toohey and Carly Fankhauser as MS students in the lab!

Miguel presented at ESA the study titled: “Local extinction risk under climate change in an asymmetrically dispersed epiphyte”

A recent lab publication: Towards a unified framework for connectivity that disentangles movement and mortality in space and time

Congratulations David Clark and Nicole Gutiérrez for their succesful MS defense at the University of Puerto Rico!