Emilio M Bruna
I use field experiments, long-term demographic studies, and simple mathematical models to study how habitat fragmentation and other anthropogenic landscape alterations influence plant-animal interactions and plant population dynamics. I conduct most of my research in South America’s two largest biomes: the Amazon and the Cerrado. I studyfactors influencing within- and between-country patterns of scientific productivity in Latin America and Latin American science and educational policy.
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