About me

My research focuses on how the neotropical environment promotes the formation of species through geographic isolation of populations. I am interested in the ecophysiological aspects within species that restrict their geographic ranges, and how these ranges may change under future climate change scenarios.

On a broad scale, I employ polymorphic molecular data, species distribution models, and ecophysiological information to find geographical patterns and the processes behind those patterns.

In addition, I use phylogenetic approaches to understand the mechanisms that promote and maintain the tremendous history of anuran speciation along the Andes.

Please contact me at: carlosguarnizo-∀-gmail.com (replace -∀- with @)

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Check out my Evolution meetings talk (Portland OR, 2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV9DIufF2pI&t=12s

Check out my Evolution meetings talk (Austin TX, 2016): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peBbsr7BFfI&t=15s