Our research group aims to understand spatial processes that shape biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems (especially streams). We are particularly excited about combining theoretical, statistical, and field-based approaches to address fundamental and applied questions in spatial ecology. Current key topics include: (1) cross-continental synthesis of freshwater biodiversity patterns, (2) the causes and consequences of context-dependent dispersal, (3) host-parasite interactions in space, and (4) development of novel hierarchical Bayesian models.
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