Enrique Martinez-Meyer

  • Researcher
  • Instituto de Biologia, UNAM
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  • Atanas G. Atanasov

    Atanas G. Atanasov Department of Pharmacognosy, University of Vienna

  • Juan Diego Alcaraz-Hernández

    Juan Diego Alcaraz-Hernández Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (Campus de Gandia)

  • Francisco Limon

    Francisco Limon Institute of Ecology

  • Lissel Arnao

    Lissel Arnao Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina

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    Angela Nava

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Publications

Analysis of the effects of climate change on plant communities and mammals in Mexico

Trejo I, Martínez-Meyer E, Calixto-Pérez E, Sánchez-Colón S, Vázquez de la Torre R, Villers-Ruiz L, Geografía I, Nacional U, México A, Exterior C

Atmósfera (2011)

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Will all species with temperature-dependent sex determination respond the same way to climate change? A reply to Kallimanis (2010)

Escobedo-Galván A, González-Salazar C, López-Alcaide S, Arroyo-Peña V, Martínez-Meyer E

Oikos (2011)

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The role of historical factors and natural selection in the evolution of breeding systems of Oxalis alpina in the Sonoran desert 'Sky Islands'.

Pérez-Alquicira J, Molina-Freaner F, Piñero D, Weller S, Martínez-Meyer E, Rozas J, Domínguez C

Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2010)

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Dynamics of range margins for metapopulations under climate change.

Anderson B, Akçakaya H, Araújo M, Martínez-Meyer E, Fordham D, Thuiller W, Brook B

Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society (2009)

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Phylogeographic analyses and paleodistribution modeling indicate pleistocene in situ survival of Hordeum species (Poaceae) in southern Patagonia without genetic or spatial restriction.

Jakob S, Martínez-Meyer E, Blattner F

Molecular biology and evolution (2009)

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Professional experience

Researcher

Instituto de Biologia, UNAM

May 2002 - Present