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.
Congratulations to John Michael Toohey and Carly Fankhauser on succesfully defending their MS proposals! We are very proud of you!
We recently published a paper showing that an anysmmetrically dispersed orchid from Puerto Rico, Lepanthes rupestris will have troubles with climate change. Local extinction risk under climate change in a neotropical asymmetrically dispersed epiphyte
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!