Botanist and biogeographer with a focus in long term history. I apply ecoinformatics tools on current and palaeobiological records to address broad questions about biogeography, macroecology, community-ecology, anthropization and/or climate change.
I am interested to better understand past, current, and future patterns of biodiversity, as well as the drivers and processes leading to such patterns. Although I feel passionate about all aspects of biodiversity (different spatial scales, taxonomical groups, and/or time periods), I focus in plant diversity patterns during the past at it’s changes during long term periods of environmental and ecological change and both local and continental scales.
Botany, plant biogeography, spatiotemporal analysis of biodiversity, and societal implications (landscape planning and environmental impact evaluation).