My main field of research is the ecology and conservation of animal species.
I am particularly interested in understanding the effects of human impacts on migratory species using different environments – terrestrial, coastal and marine. I have been using as model species two particularly threatened group of vertebrates that depend on these ecosystems – seabirds and shorebirds.
My research has been mostly focused on animal movement, and how spatial ecology can be used as a tool to help addressing the major threats faced by wild animals . On this subject, I am particularly interested in migratory and wide-range species, and on using animal tracking technology (e.g., GPS, GLS, Argos-PTT) to understand the interaction between animals and human activities, identify important areas for conservation (Key Biodiversity Areas) and increase our understanding of ecological connectivity.
Inspire4Nature: International training at the Science-Policy Interface for Researchers in Europe, for Nature: https://www.inspire4nature.eu/