I am Maria, a research fellow at the Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-CSIC) and research associate at the University of Zurich. I have just been awarded the Ramón y Cajal Fellowship to start a research group. So, I am in the process of "gathering" my globally distributed team and new team members to be based at EBD-CSIC. This website is therefore currently being updated. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
To us, understanding biodiversity change begins with observations of individuals. The overarching theme of our research, then, is to assess how feedbacks between phenotypic and genetic traits, life-history processes, and biotic interactions can allow natural populations and communities to "cope" with environmental change. We are working with long-term data on animal and plant populations to generate iterative short-term forecasts and to project population dynamics under global change scenarios - trying to create theoretical principles and empirical applications to anticipate and mitigate emerging threats to natural communities.
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