Protecting biodiversity by modelling climate change, food webs and human disturbance.

Protecting biodiversity by modelling climate change, food webs and human disturbance.

Organized by: Rui Nabeiro Biodiversity Chair,  MED Institute, Universidade de Évora

Recorded talks by Pamela González-del-Pliego, Zeynep Ersoy, Celeste Silva and Diogo Alagador from the University of Evora


Pamela González-del-Pliego: Integrating phylogenetic and trait-based models to predict extinction risk for data-deficient amphibians globally 


Zeynep Ersoy:  Size-abundance scaling across biogeographical gradients in aquatic food webs   


Celeste Silva: Can fungi help to save the future of forests in climate change scenario?


Diogo Alagador:  The “New Conservation” Trilemma – how to protect biodiversity, climate and sustainable development? 

September 14 @ 16:00
16:00 — 18:00 (2h)

Europe, Portugal

Rui Nabeiro