This five-year project has generated a variety of outputs:
– 18 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including high-profile ones such as Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Journal of Biogeography, Systematic Biology, Science Advances, and Trends in Ecology and Evolution, and so far totalling nearly 70 citations;
– 5 software packages, complete with user manuals, for performing a range of analyses in (macro)ecology and biogeography;
– several outreach actions, including radio interviews, news pieces in the press, scientific dissemination articles, public discussions and co-organized citizen science events;
– 5 MSc theses supervised in the framework of the project.
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