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photo by Kathryn Mercier
Breaking molds in Biogeography
Our lab studies spatial patterns of biodiversity and their underlying evolutionary and ecological processes, with the explicit aim of improving biodiversity prediction and conservation.
Our projects focus on biogeography, integrative uses of comparative phylogeography, GIS-based distribution models, current environmental data and paleoclimatic simulations, physiology, and genomics - with a focus in the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest.
Click on the logo to check out our NSF-BIOTA Dimensions of Biodiversity grant website.
Atlantic Forest stability maps for Last Glacial Maximum and Last Interglacial
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