Has been part of 15 CREAF projects Projects involved in CORVUSTRACK Movement ecology of the jackdaw in urbanized environments ENVIRON_CHANGE Long-term consequences of environmental changes on biodiversity: incorporating life history traits and time dimension when assessing and predicting the loss of functional and phylogenetic complexity SURVIVE_CHANGES Life history variation and the non-random loss of biological diversity in human-altered habitats View projects Research groups this member belongs to BEEMed Biodiversity and Evolution in Mediterranean Ecosystems Related linksSol Lab | Ecology of opportunities Dept. Louis Lefebvre Dept. Simon Reader email@example.comOffice: C5/1128orcid profile Ph.D. in Biology by the Universitat de Barcelona (2000). Post-doc researcher at the McGill University, Quebec, Canada (Louis Lefebvre lab, 2001-2003). Senior Research Scientist of CSIC (National Spanish Research Council) as well as CREAF researcher. The main objective of my research is to understand how animals respond to environmental changes. The main lines of research are twofold. The first attempts to understand the role of behavior in the response of animals to environmental changes and the implications that this response can have for their ecology and evolution. The second line of research seeks to resolve the 'paradox of invasions': how is it possible that invasive species are able to invade environments to which they have not had time to adapt and even become more abundant than native species? To address these issues, integral studies of behavior, morphology, ecology and phylogeny are required. Interests The paradox of invasions; animal behavior in the face of environmental changes and their ecological and evolutionary implications; the role of ecological opportunities in diversification processes especially in the evolution of the niche.Biology of invasions, Behavioral ecology, Evolutionary ecology.