Background and activities

I am a researcher at the Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics (CBD), where I am currently leading a research group working on the dynamics of interacting species.

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 interspecific interactions, and to improve our ability to understand those patterns from limited data.

I recently led 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

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Report/dissertation

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