Background and activities

I am a researcher at the Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics (CBD).

My research focuses mainly on population ecology.

I have a particular interest in combining theoretical modeling and empirical data analysis to improve our understanding of nature and how to preserve it. I strive to uncover the mechanisms behind patterns seen in natural populations, particularly in relation to stochastic population dynamics, and to improve our ability to understand those patterns from limited data.

I am currently leading a work package in the SUSTAIN project, studying effects of environmental stochasticity on multi-species harvested systems.

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Scientific, academic and artistic work

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Journal publications

Report/dissertation

  • Lee, Aline Magdalena. (2011) Stochastic Modeling of Mating Systems and their Effect on Population Dynamics and Genetics. 2011.