Dr Benjamin Blonder

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Dr Benjamin Blonder

NERC Independent Research Fellow

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Benjamin am a plant macroecologist with research interests in building more a more robust biodiversity science that is capable of explaining the processes structuring communities as well as predicting their future dynamics under global change scenarios. To address these problems, he use a combination of mathematical modeling, fieldwork, and eco-informatics (statistical) approaches. Current field projects are located in Colorado, Peru, Malaysia, and Norway.

Benjamin received my Ph.D. with Brian Enquist at the University of Arizona, and has had visiting positions at the Center for Macroecology, Evolution, and Climate in Copenhagen (Denmark) as well as in the eco-informatics group at Aarhus University (Denmark). He currently has a dual appointment at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim).


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2015