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Neftali Sillero

  • Dr
  • Principal Researcher
  • Universidade do Porto Centro de Investigacao em Ciencias Geo-Espaciais
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Recent publications

  • Modelling a species in expansion at local scale: is Hyla meridionalis colonising new areas in Salamanca, Spain?

    • Sillero N
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  • Interaction of the Balearic lizard, Podarcis lilfordi and the plant Dracunculus muscivorus

    • Pérez-Mellado V
    • Cortázar G
    • López-Vicente M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Principal Researcher

Universidade do Porto Centro de Investigacao em Ciencias Geo-Espaciais

March 2019 - Present

Assistant Researcher

University of Porto Prof Manuel de Barros Astronomical Observatory

December 2013 - December 2018(5 years)

Postdoc

Universita degli Studi di Firenze

July 2013 - December 2013(5 months)

Postdoc

University of Porto Prof Manuel de Barros Astronomical Observatory

January 2007 - December 2012(6 years)

GIS technician

Centro da investigacao da biodiversidade e recursos geneticos

December 2002 - October 2006(4 years)

Education

PhD

Universidad de Leon

December 2002 - December 2006(4 years)

MSc

Universidad Salamanca

September 1998 - September 2002(4 years)

Biology

Universidad Salamanca

October 1993 - July 1998(5 years)

About

I work in the analysis and identification of biodiversity spatial patterns, from species to populations and individuals. For this I used four powerful tools to better understand how space influence biodiversity: Geographical Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Ecological Niche Modelling, and Spatial Statistics. My main areas of research are: application of new technologies on species’ distributions atlases, ecological modelling of species’ ranges, identification of biogeographical regions and species’ chorotypes, mapping and modelling road-kill hotspots, and home ranges.

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