Thank you for visiting my site. I am a forest ecology researcher at the University of Michigan. I focus on tropical forest ecology and dynamics, particularly on global patterns of tree mortality, dominance / rarity patterns, community assembly, and beta-diversity determinants. I develop my research within long-term initiatives, in partnership with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the Next Generation Ecosystem Experiment – Tropics (NGEE-Tropics), and a group of intrepids that explore the beautiful and merciless Andean forests in Madidi, where a piece of my soul still remains.
I am also the founder and coordinator of Oikobit. We explore how academic skills and interests can find profitable market niches while contributing to science, conservation and exploration. Among other things, we provide targeted problem-solving to scientific projects, charging costs similar to postdoc or technician costs, without the hussle. Check it out!
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