- Andy Rominger
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The goal of understanding and predicting biodiversity dynamics comes at a critical moment when human systems are disrupting those very dynamics.In his research, Andy Rominger approaches this long-standing problem with the hypothesis that general patterns in biodiversity, such as characteristic shapes of the distributions of population sizes across species and species across geographic space, emerge from a combination of the statistical mechanics of large systems and the unique non-equilibrium dynamics imparted to biological systems by their evolutionary history.Andy uses a combination of theory, open source computational methods and novel "natural experiments" in rapidly evolving ecosystems to capture statistical and evolutionary dynamics across the tree of life.
Involvement in the Complex Time Research Theme
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- Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics/Co-evolution of population and environment - anthropogenic change & biodiversity
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