Professorship for Theoretical Ecology

The Professorship for Theoretical Ecology at the University of Regensburg / Germany studies theory and statistical methods in ecology, evolution and conservation.

Key research areas are

  •     Community assembly and coexistence mechanisms
  •     Biogeography, distributions and macroevolution
  •     Applied biostatistics and Bayesian inference
  •     Statistical methods for stochastic simulations, including Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC)
  •     Dynamic Vegetation Models and their connection to data with Bayesian inference
Organisation name: 
University of Regensburg
Country: 
Germany
Contact name: 
Florian Hartig
Ecotype: 
Terrestrial/Freshwater
Agricultural
Ecology
Computing: 
HPC
Data management
Modelling
Remote sensing
User interface: 
Training/outreach
Applied science/policy
Publication

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