Marta Rueda, PhD

I am a researcher at the Department of Plant Biology and Ecology of the University of Seville. As an ecologist, I am interested on a wide array of issues in the interplay between biogeography, evolutionary ecology and conservation biology. I am convinced that the use of integrated approaches allows to analyse more complex species-environment relationships, and to identify the most appropriate and efficient strategies for the conservation of biodiversity.

Assistant Professor
Twiter: @mrueda_eco
ORCID: 0000-0002-9754-6258
Citations: Google Scholar
Associate Editor Journal of Animal Ecology


Keywords: biodiversity, biogeography, conservation, ecological theory, evolutionary ecology, forest fragmentation, functional traits, global ecology, macroecology, community phylogenetics, species distribution, vertebrate ecology.