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Alexander Kubisch

Post-Doctorant(e) Team Metapopulation
Phone +33 (0)4 67 14 36 93
Localization bâtiment 22, étage 2
Mots clés Eco-evolutionary dynamics Dispersal Range biology Fire adaptation Life-history evolution

I am interested in the eco-evolutionary dynamics of local adaptation and dispersal of species. In this respect I use individual-based modelling techniques to investigate the adaptive potential of Mediterranean forest trees under climate change as well as general mechanisms responsible for the formation of species’ range limits.

For more information please visit my [personal homepage]. – LINK: https://sites.google.com/site/alexanderkubisch

Kubisch A.; Holt R. D.; Poethke H. J.; Fronhofer E. A., in press. Where am I and Why? Synthesizing range biology and the eco-evolutionary dynamics of dispersal. Oikos.

Travis J. M. J.; Delgado M.; Bocedi G.; Baguette M.; Bartoń K.; Bonte D.; Boulangeat I.; Hodgson J. A.; Kubisch A.; Penteriani V.; Saastamoinen M.; Stevens V. M.; Bullock J. M., in press. Dispersal and species’ responses to climate change. Oikos.

Kubisch A.; Degen T.; Hovestadt T.; Poethke H.-J., 2013. Predicting range shifts under global change: the balance between local adaptation and dispersal. Ecography 36: 873-882.

Kubisch A.; Fronhofer E. A.; Poethke H.-J.; Hovestadt T., 2013. Kin competition as a major driving force for invasions. The American Naturalist 181: 700-706

Fronhofer E. A.; Kubisch A.; Hilker F. M.; Hovestadt T.; Poethke H.-J., 2012. Why are metapopulations so rare? Ecology 93: 1967 – 1978.