Biogeography    Forest Dynamics    Climate Change    Population & Community Ecology    Plant-Animal Interactions    Dispersal    Statistics


Francisco Rodriguez-Sanchez

Computational Ecologist and Biogeographer

Integrative Ecology Group

Estación Biológica de Doñana, CSIC
Avda. Américo Vespucio s/n
41092 Sevilla (Spain)

franciscorodriguez(at)ebd.csic.es


I am broadly interested on the ecological and evolutionary consequences of climate change as well as forest ecology, with a geographical focus on the Mediterranean region. My research interests include assessing the role of climate change on tree demography, species’ extinctions and range dynamics, using a combination of field and analytical techniques such as dendrochronology, field observations and experiments, and species distribution modelling. I am particularly interested in developing and applying new statistical approaches to tackle ecological and biogeographical questions, often through the integration of evidences across disciplines and spatio-temporal scales.




News

  • MEDECOS-AEET meeting The MEDECOS-AEET conference on Mediterranean Ecology will be next week here in Sevilla. The programme looks really exciting - I'm looking forward to it. Here is what we are ...
    Posted 24 Jan 2017, 11:31 by Paco Rodriguez
  • Reproducible workflows [video] As a side product (or trailer) of our paper on reproducible science, we made a video promoting reproducible workflows. Particularly, showing how using Git and Rmarkdown make your research and ...
    Posted 29 Aug 2016, 06:33 by Paco Rodriguez
  • Reproducible science: what, why, how Reproducibility is a hot topic in science nowadays (e.g. see http://www.nature.com/news/reproducibility-1.17552). Some argue that we are in the middle of a 'reproducibility ...
    Posted 29 Aug 2016, 06:13 by Paco Rodriguez
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