Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

CENTRE for ADVANCED STUDIES of BLANES (CEAB), CSIC

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

CENTRE for ADVANCED STUDIES of BLANES (CEAB), CSIC

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

CENTRE for ADVANCED STUDIES of BLANES (CEAB), CSIC

Ecology & Evolution Lab

 

CENTRE for ADVANCED STUDIES of BLANES (CEAB), CSIC

Ecology & Evolution Lab

Center for Advanced Studies of Blanes (CEAB), CSIC

 

 

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Our research focuses on the mechanisms that determine and maintain species ranges.
We are particularly interested in the ecological and evolutionary consequences of the global redistribution of biota as a result of human activities
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NEW PAPER!
Genomics-informed models reveal extensive stretches of coastline under threat by an ecologically dominant invasive species

 
 

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Glad to see this in press! we presented here the most comprehensive standardised database of marine introduced species (WRiMS, https://t.co/SXFekA6Dj8), quantified the contribution of each phylum and explained the distribution of introduced species across major geographic regions https://t.co/EFZdEFyQCE
h J R
@M_Rius_
@dan_g_bock: We first confirmed that hybrids are more common in the invasive range than in the native range. If you study invasion genetics, you are probably familiar with this fascinating example of population structure collapse during invasion (e.g. https://t.co/nmEMfeHS2T)…2/10
h J R
@M_Rius_