Elkin Alexi Noguera-Urbano

I am a biologist from the Universidad de Nariño Colombia, MSc and PhD candidate in sciences from the Faculty of Sciences of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). My main research interest involves understanding the evolutionary processes that shaped the areas of endemism of mammals in the Neotropical region. I am also interested in evolutionary biogeography, systematics, and ecology of neotropical mammals, with special focus on the bats and small mammals. I appreciate working with computers. But sorry, I love the field. I am a member of Biogeography of Conservation (UNAM, México) and Evolutionary Ecology (Universidad de Nariño, Colombia) research groups. Currently, the objective of my research is to examine phylogenetic and ecological relationships among the neotropical endemic mammals using biogeographical analysis methods, phylogenetic correlations metrics, spatial analysis tools, and ecological niche models. The integration of the information from my research with geological, climatic, and phylogeographic information can help construct a more complete scenario to conserve and explain the spatial-temporal persistence of mammals in the Neotropical region. 

I look forward to hearing from you. Email: elkalexno [AT] gmail.com 
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