ABOUT ME

I am Ana M. C. Santos (a.k.a. Guida Santos), a Ramón y Cajal research fellow working at the Dep. Ecología, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid (Spain). I have broad interests in island biogeography, community ecology, ecosystem functioning and entomology.

I study the factors and processes causing community assembly on different regions, but I have focused most of my work on island faunas.

I am also interested on the spatial variation in community structure of different taxa, looking at taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity at different scales. My most recent research line focuses on the impact of global change on diversity and ecosystem functioning.

Explore my website to learn more about the work I am doing with my group BioNCCE .

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11F International Day of Women and Girls in Science

by | Mar 4, 2024 | BioNCCE,Destacadas | 0 Comments

BioNCCE Members Guida Santos and Eva Cuesta have particited on different activities (e.g. talks at the Ecology Department seminars, at primary schools, round tables,...

BioNCCE at the IBS Conference in Prague

by | Jan 25, 2024 | BioNCCE,Destacadas | 0 Comments

BioNCCE members Sonia Llorente-Culebras, Ana M. C. Santos (Guida and André Menegotto (left to right in the picture) attended the International Biogeography Society...

Paper on the effects of grazing intensification on ecosystem functioning

by | Jan 2, 2024 | Destacadas,DUNGPOOL - EN,Paper by PhD | 0 Comments

Global study published at Nature Communications on the effects of grazing intensification on dung beetle diversity, dung removal & the BEF relationship. Amazing...

BioNCCE

BioNCCE is a research group that focuses on a wide variety of topics, scales and organisms. Biogeography and community ecology, merged with the impacts of global change on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, and also nature conservation.

DUNGPOOL

Dung beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea) perform a wide range of ecosystem functions and services, being key to ecosystem productivity and consequently having major economic impacts. DUNGPOOL is a research project focused on evaluating the effect of the species pool, community assembly processes, and increasing temperatures on the local diversity and ecosystem functions performed by dung beetles in cattle-grazed pasturelands.

COMMUNITY ECOLOGY

ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY

ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING

GLOBAL CHANGE

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Ana M. Coelho dos Santos

Dpto. Ecología, Edificio de Biologia, Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 28049 Madrid 

ana.margarida.c.santos@gmail.com

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