Dr. Carlos Pérez Carmona

Associate Professor in Macroecology

My current research focuses on merging approaches considering habitat-specific species pools and dark diversity with those based on the functional diversity of communities. I am particularly interested in incorporating within-species trait variability into trait-based approaches, and for that I combine the development of analytical tools with experimental approaches. Previously, I studied the interaction between grazing disturbance and spatio-temporal resource availability in the composition and functional structure of grassland communities at different spatial scales.