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After accomplishing a Master in Evolution and a PhD on marine invasive species (University Pierre et Marie Curie, France), I joined the Azorean Biodiversity Group (http://www.gba.uac.pt/) in the CE3C as a post-doctoral research fellow in 2010.
My research currently spans a number of different subjects from community ecology, functional diversity to conservation biogeography. During these last years, I focused particularly on how human activities (mainly land-use changes and biological invasions) affect native species assemblages using Azorean arthropods as models.
In September 2015 I am starting a new job as Professor in the University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour. I am keeping my collaboration with cE3c, mainly with my forner colleagues in Azores.
Matthews, T.J., Rigal, F., Kougioumoutzis, K., Trigas, P. & Triantis, K.A. (2020) Unravelling the small-island effect through phylogenetic community ecology.Journal of Biogeography, accepted, . DOI: (IF2019 3,723; Q1 Ecology)
Macías-Hernández, N., Domènech, M, Cardoso, P., Emerson, B.C., Borges, P.A.V., Lozano-Fernandez, J., Paulo, O.S., Vieira, A., Enguídanos, A., Rigal, F., Amorim, I.R. & Arnedo, M. (2020) Building a robust, densely-sampled spider tree of life for ecosystem research.Diversity, 12(8), 1-18. DOI:10.3390/d12080288 (IF2019 1,402; Q3 Ecology)
Borges, P.A.V., Rigal, F., Ros-Prieto, A. & Cardoso, P. (2020) Increase of insular exotic arthropod diversity is a fundamental dimension of the current biodiversity crisis.Insect Conservation and Diversity, 13(5), 508-518. DOI:10.1111/icad.12431 (IF2019 2,729; Q1 Entomology)
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