Credits: Image taken from here 4 years PhD Studentship FPI PhD studentship in the context of the PredWeb (Predicting Food-Web Biogeography) Projet, funded through the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities. Background: Nature’s complexity is intriguing, but the circumstances determining whether or how order emerges from such complexity remains a matter of
Photo copyright Orlando Almeida Life interview to the "Diário de Notícias" (in Portuguese). The article can be accessed here but needs (free) registration for full access.
Interview to Club Renfe (in Spanish)
The full interview of Miguel Araújo to the Portuguese RTP TV programme: Filhos da Nação. To watch the video click here. https://www.rtp.pt/play/p5487/e390979/filhos-da-nacao?fbclid=IwAR3mcKgAoVU5-4Tfswht1LtPltsgZ9S4R94ixAR7SBsMJAUUnTau4xyUxzM
We are thrilled to announce the 6th edition of the "Species Distributions Modelling Course: Concepts, Methods, Applications, and Challenges" that Babak Naimi and I give every year. This is a 7 days course for graduate students, researchers and professional. It introduces the fundamental concepts underpinning species distribution models, or ecological niche models (ENM), describing
On the 8th of October 2013, Miguel Araújo travels to Berlin to receive the Ebbe Nielsen Prize at the GIBIF (Global Information Biodiversity Facility) Governing Board meeting. This prize is given annually to researchers that "combine biosystematics and biodiversity informatics in an exciting and novel way".
Unable to attend the IBS (International Biogeography Society) in Miami in January 2013, Miguel Araújo could not receive the MacArthur and Wilson Award from the hands of Prof. Robert Ricklefs. Today, the Award was brought to him in the mountains north of Madrid. "I am thankful to the IBS for this tremendous honour" said Araújo.
Alfred Russel Wallace (8 January 1823 – 7 November 1913) was a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist. He is best known for independently conceiving the theory of evolution through natural selection, which he jointly published with Charles Darwin in 1858. Wallace is also known for his extensive fieldwork, first in the Amazon River basin and then in the Malay