Macroecology and Trait Biogeography

I am Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. I am a macroecologist and a biogeographer interested in understanding the mechanisms relevant to biodiversity dynamics at different spatial and temporal scales. I believe that of particular importance is identifying the dimensions of biodiversity that hold the most information for predicting outcomes of global change. In my research I use and develop quantitative methods to measure biodiversity change and identify these key dimensions of biodiversity that would allow for generalizable and sound forecasting of implications of global change. Please explore below to learn more about my work. 



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