Dr. Alba Estrada

I completed my PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of Malaga (Spain) in 2008. I then obtained a postdoctoral fellowship at the Research Institute of Game Management (IREC) of the Spanish National Research Agency in Ciudad Real and then worked in the same institution as a postdoctoral research assistant in three different research projects. In May 2013 I joined the Rui Nabeiro Biodiversity Chair at the University of Évora (Portugal) where I am working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Biodiversa project EC21C (European Conservation for the 21st Century).

My main research fields are biogeography and macroecology and additionally I am highly motivated for working in conservation and concerned about the applicability of the science I am involved in. My research interests include the detection of changes in biodiversity patterns according to forecasted climate and land uses at large scales. I am very interested in methodological exercises that allow the detection of the most transferable modelling techniques in space and time. I have also experience in detecting the degree of overlap between natural protected areas and important conservation areas for biodiversity and in the inclusion of fuzzy logic in conservation biogeography.

Selected publications

Real, R., Romero, D., Olivero, J., Estrada, A. & Márquez, A. L. 2013. Estimating how inflated or obscured effects of climate affect forecasted species distribution. PLOS ONE, 8 (1): e53646. [link]

Estrada, A. & Arroyo, B. 2012. Occurrence vs abundance models: Differences between species with varying aggregation patterns. Biological Conservation, 152: 37 – 45. [link]

Barbosa, A. M., Estrada, A., Márquez, A. L., Purvis, A. & Orme, C. D. L. 2012. Atlas vs. range maps: robustness of chorological relationships to distribution data types in European mammals. Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1391 – 1400. [link]

Estrada, A., Real, R. & Vargas, J. M. 2011. Assessing the coincidence among priority conservation areas for vertebrate groups in a Mediterranean hotspot. Biological Conservation, 144: 1120 – 1129. [link]

Márquez, A. L., Real, R., Olivero, J. & Estrada, A. 2011. Combining climate with other influential factors for modeling climate change impact on species distribution. Climatic Change, 108: 135 – 157. [link]

Real, R., Márquez, A. L., Olivero, J. & Estrada, A. 2010. Species distribution models in climate change scenarios are still not useful for informing policy planning: an uncertainty assessment using fuzzy logic. Ecography, 33: 304 – 314. [link]

Estrada, A., Real, R. & Vargas, J. M. 2008. Using crisp and fuzzy modelling to identify favourability hotspots useful to perform gap analysis. Biodiversity and Conservation, 17: 857 – 871. [link]

Contact:Casa Cordovil, 2º andar, Rua Joaquim Henrique da Fonseca, 7000 – 890 Évora 
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