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Who we are

Have a look at the people of the Ecosystems and Landscape Evolution Group.

Enlarged view: WSL

In-between WSL and ETH, the group's core research interests focus on developing spatial models of biodiversity, understanding the effect of history on extant biodiversity patterns, monitoring and forecasting biodiversity and ecosystem responses to global changes.

The Ecosystems and Landscape Evolution group (June 2022)
The Ecosystems and Landscape Evolution group (June 2022)

Recent Publications

Lyu et al.: An integrated high-​resolution mapping shows congruent biodiversity patterns of Fagales and Pinales. New Phytologist, vol. 235: no. 2, pp. 759-​772, Oxford: Wiley-​Blackwell, 2022. external pagehttps://doi.org/10.1111/nph.18158

Flueck et al.: Applying convolutional neural networks to speed up environmental DNA annotation in a highly diverse ecosystemScientific Reports, vol. 12: no. 1, BERLIN: NATURE PORTFOLIO, 2022. external pagehttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-13412-w

Eme et al.: Contrasted spatio-​temporal changes in the demersal fish assemblages and the dominance of the environment vs fishing pressure, in the Bay of Biscay and Celtic Sea. Progress in Oceanography, vol. 204, pp. 102788, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2022. external pagehttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2022.102788

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