Sara Cordero is an MS student at Universidad Pablo Olavide. She is developing individual-based models of interacting rabbit and lynx populations to explore how increasingly shorter winters in the Mediterranean affect lynx population dynamics and movement by changing the life cycle of their main prey.
Marina Aucejo got the JAE internship to explore whether anthropogenic disturbances have the same demographic effects on different co-existing African ungulate species.
Marta Garrigós López has finished her MS thesis and is currently writing up the resulting manuscript on the effectiveness of using Bayesian N-mixture models to derive demographic parameters from abundance data for a species that moves a lot and has a complex life cycle (the Masai giraffe).
Eva Conquet is a PhD student based at the University of Zurich. She works on lions and dewy pines and is investigating (among other things) the role of space when assessing and projecting the effect of species interactions on population dynamics. Find out more here.
Louis Bliard is a PhD student based at the University of Zurich. He is applying theoretical and empirical analyses to investigate how context-dependent changes in individual investment in survival vs. reproduction (aka. tradeoffs) affect our interpretations of population fate under environmental change. Find out more here.
Ana Morales González is a PhD student at EBD-CSIC. She is developing state-of-the-art spatially explicit IBMs to understand and mitigate human threats to the persistence of wolf populations in Spain.