Mariano A. Rodriguez-Cabal

I am a research ecologist with broad interests on factors that generate, maintain and threat biodiversity. Here is a copy of my CV

The rampant loss of biodiversity and the spread of invasive species have been referred to the ‘Homogocene’. One of the greatest issues in contemporary ecology is to understand how the homogenization of biodiversity at all levels of organization and spatial scales will influence the assembly of communities and the functioning of ecosystems. Yet, most studies focus on either the importance of one or a few species or the relationship between some composite values, like species diversity and ecosystem functioning. In my research program, I seek to understand how the loss of some species and the gain of others influence interspecific interactions, such as mutualisms, the structure of communities, and ecosystem services. 

Contact information

Grupo de Ecologia de Invasiones


Universidad del Comahue

Av. de los Pioneros 2350

8400 Bariloche, Argentina

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