Postdoctoral Researcher atMediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development (MED) (Évora-Portugal). My research aims at understanding changes in species distribution patterns and in networks of species interactions in response to global change drivers (habitat loss, fragmentation and climate warming). Visit my website.
Marta Linares Torralvo
Biologist specialized in wildlife management, MSc. My main field of interest is animal health related to human interferences and unexpected environmental disturbances. How living beings adapt themselves to overcome external changes inevitably catches my attention and my eagerness to understand more. Within FEBIMED team, I work as a research support technician for the PDI staff.
Claudio A. Bracho
MSc in Ecology & in GIS. I am broadly interested in how biodiversity and ecosystem services are shaped through the spatial dimension. For that, I focus on the study of frugivorous bird – seed dispersal interactions and its important implications under global change.
I am an ecologist interested in the processes that promote more biodiverse agroecosystems, taxonomically and functionally. My goal is to understand the interdependent effects of agricultural practices and landscape on biodiversity, ecosystem services and effectiveness of the agri-environmental measures
I am broadly interested on how habitat fragmentation has shaped plant community in perturbed ecosystems.My research focus on plant-animal interactions and, particularly, on how seed dispersal by animal frugivores can be maintaining the biodiversity in a global change scenario.
Álvaro Pérez Gómez
MSc in Conservation, Management and Restoration of Biodiversity (University of Granada, Spain). My research interests include different aspects of arthropod diversity, taxonomy and ecology. I am keen to understand the interactions of arthropods with their environment to help determine the conservation status of this fascinating – but frequently overlooked – group of animals