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Welcome to the Eco-evolutionary initiative webpage! Here you could find

updated information about my current and past research projects.



My research interests:

My research interests are related to the effects of anthropogenic habitat disturbance (fragmentation, degradation, and transformation) on native species and plant-animal interactions, focused on its ecological and evolutionary consequences. My current research line aims to assess habitat degradation (e.g., selective logging) and transformation (e.g., exotic-tree plantations) effects as anthropogenic selection forces, acting on pollination, frugivory and seed dispersal interactions.


My research collaborators:


Dr. Rodrigo Medel (PhD advisor)

Dr. Jaime E. Jiménez (MSc advisor)

Dr. Carezza Botto (Post-doc sponsor)

Dr. Pedro Jordano (Associate professor)

Dr. Gastón Carvallo (Associate researcher)

Francisco E. Fontúrbel, PhD
francisco.fonturbel@gmail.com


Visit my academic webpage:

http://pucv.academia.edu/fonturbel

Visit the Chilean Pollination Network site:

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