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Research Interest

The research interest of our group focuses on understanding how and why species disperse, colonize, and persist in landscapes. We actively engage in research synthesizing and explaining macroecological patterns of biodiversity across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. We embrace both theoretical and empirical approaches to pursue our interest.

The keywords of our research interest includes: population/community ecology, biodiversity and conservation, biogeography, evolutionary ecology, conservation biology, spatial statistics, biometrics, sustainable management of boreal forests, impact of climate change on species distribution.

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