Alberto Muñoz

Associated researcher
PhD in Biology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2006). Currently, I am Professor at the Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and Associate researcher at CREAF.
 
My main research field focuses on the processes of seed predation and dispersal by small rodents, highlighting their interactions with different organisms and environmental variables. Part of this research is now aimed at analysing how forest fragmentation shapes the role that small rodents play in the natural regeneration of Mediterranean ecosystems. I have participated in several research projects on the topic, publishing numerous papers in international journals.
 

Interests

Chaos determinism and modeling of ecological relationships, Phylogeny and ontogeny of scientific knowledge: educational implications

Natural regeneration of Mediterranean forest of Quercus, Impacts on forest fragmentation and seed dispersal, Causes and consequences of population dynamics in small rodents

Recent publications