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 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.
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
My research interest mainly focus on the ecological impacts of afforestation in tree-less habitats and their consequences for biodiversity. Using geospatial analysis combined with fieldwork techniques, my goal is to understand how the afforestation of the local heathlands with pine plantations is affecting the surrounding ecosytems at landscape level in Los Alcornocales Natural Park (Cádiz).
BSc in Environmental Sciences and MSc in Conservation Biology (University of Huelva).
I am broadly interested in how diversity is maintained in ecosystems. For that, I study the interactions between different species and their environment in a natural grassland in Doñana National Park (Seville, Spain). My goal is to understand the mechanisms by which species can coexist maintaining biodiversity over time.