I am a forest ecologist interested in understanding how plant biodiversity changes across environmental gradients, and how those changes influence ecosystem processes and functions.
I am originally from Colombia, and thus I have always been fascinated by the high biological diversity and complex array of ecological process in tropical forests, as such much of my research has been conducted in the tropics.
Currently, I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona, where I am focusing on evaluating how community-level traits change across space and time, and how these changes influence primary production.
To learn more about my past and current research visit:
My Research page
My Research Gate page
My Google scholar page