My main research interests are applied ecology and conservation of reptiles and amphibians. In particular, I am interested to study the impacts of climate change and anthropogenic activities on species’ habitat connectivity, through the use of cutting-edge spatial modelling and genetic techniques, with applications in conservation planning. My PhD thesis under the title “Climatic and anthropogenic impacts on riverine ectotherms: a phylogeographic, ecological and conservation approach” is focus on two Iberian riverine herptiles, Chioglossa lusitanica (Amphibia, Caudata) and Lacerta schreiberi (Reptilia, Squamata).


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