Charlotte Ndiribe

<i>Research interests</i>

The ecological processes that shape the distribution of species along environmental gradients and across evolutionary time scales is still a fundamental question in evolutionary ecology. My research centers on the phylogenetic structure of plant communities, and employs the integration of modern phylogenetic and ecological niche modeling techniques to describe the mechanisms of plant distributions and community assembly in space and time.

My research interest in the evolution of plant communities is closely linked with my background in plant ecology and conservation biology.


<i>Curriculum Vitae</i>

September 2009
PhD under the supervision of Antoine Guisan and Nicolas Salamin, UNIL

January – July 2009
Work placement with The Environment Council, London, United Kingdom

January 2008 – January 2009
Master of Science, Biodiversity and Conservation, University of Leeds, UK
Thesis topic: The effect of distance from streams on the distribution of Ficus species in riparian ecosystems, Thailand.

September 2001 – November 2006

Bachelor of Science, Botany, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria


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