Investigating how life copes with and exploits environmental variability,
from populations to ecosystems.
I study how environmental variation in space and time is buffered or amplified across scales to generate emergent properties of complex ecosystems. I am particularly interested in ecological forecasting, species coexistence, and the temporal stability of ecosystem functioning at multiple spatial scales. A key approach in all my work is integrating models and data using contemporary statistical approaches, which allows me to gain understanding of the dynamic processes that underly observable patterns.
New paper - predicting species' abundance in a biodiversity experiment
November 02, 2019
New paper - size-by-environment interactions in fluctuating environments
September 24, 2018
Announcing the Ecological Forecasting Initiative
September 16, 2018
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