The origin and nature of ecological communities is a key question in ecology. A large amount of...Read More
Project Category: Past
The substantial increase in access to geo-referenced data of species presence has allowed the...Read More
Predicting diversity variations across scales through process-based models linking community ecology and biogeography (2015-2018)
In this project we aim to provide the basis for a conceptual unification of the bodies of theory...Read More
Developing protocols to evaluate climate change vulnerability of Mediterranean moss species (2017-2018)
Bryophytes (mosses and liverworts) are highly useful as bioindicators of the state of ecosystems....Read More
UNITED – Unifying niches, interactions and distributions: A common theoretical framework for geographic range dynamics and local coexistence (2017-2020)
Posted by Joaquín Hortal | May 31, 2021 |
The nature of ecological communities is a key question in ecology. After nearly a century of...Read More
I am a biogeographer and community ecologist, working as scientific researcher at the Department of Biogeography and Global Change of the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC).
I am also external professor of the Postgraduate Course on Ecology and Evolution of the Universidade Federal de Goiás, scientific collaborator of cE3c – Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes of the Universidade de Lisboa, and member of eBryo – Research Group on Experimental Bryology.