My Name is Alejandro (Alejo) Ordonez, and I’m a Posdoctoral researcher at Aarhus University in Denmark at the Department of Bioscience – Ecoinformatics and Biodiversity as part of the Macroecological studies of long-term historical constraints on functional diversity and ecosystem functioning across continents (HISTFUNC) project Before that I was the climate people and environment (CPEP) Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research (CCR). I current work in collaboration with Professor Jens-Christian Svenning from the Department of Bioscience – Ecoinformatics and Biodiversity, John J. (Jack) Williams head of the williams lab at UW-Madison; and Professor Han Olff head of the Community and Conservation Ecology group (COCON) and director of the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies of the University of Groningen (CEES).
My research focuses on the association between environmental conditions, species life history attributes (functional traits, distribution ranges, climatic niche), evolutionary patterns/dynamics and community emerging properties (richness, diversity and evenness); looking at the consistency and recurrence of these relations across space (from local to global) and over time (in the next century and over the last 21.000 years).
You can see my CV here