Senior lecturer/Associate Professor at Department of Ecology and Genetics, Plant Ecology and Evolution
I study plant communities – especially tropical forests – by mixing field studies, biodiversity databases, and statistical models. My research explores how environmental heterogeneity influences plant diversity and dynamics across various spatial and temporal scales. I am interested in diversity patterns, species range dynamics, the responses of biological communities to natural and anthropogenic disturbances, and the implications for ecosystem services.
Keywords: climate change community ecology tropical ecology species distributions functional traits range dynamics biogeography macroecology
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