Mississippi Staff Member
Dr. Carlos D. Ramirez-Reyes
Phone: (608) 520 - 1362
- Ph D University of Wisconsin 2016
- MS University of East Anglia 2010
- BS National Autonomous University of Mexico 2008
Carlos is a native of Mexico City. He conducts research in biogeography and landscape ecology. He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Mississippi Cooperative Research Unit responsible for developing species distribution models for species at risk.
Biogeography, landscape ecology, species distribution modeling
Landscape ecology and biodiversity conservation.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Ramirez-Reyes, C., M. Nazeri, G. Street, D. Todd Jones-Farrand, F.J. Vilella, and K.O. Evans. 2021. Embracing ensemble species distribution models to inform at-risk species status assessments. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 12(1):98-111. | Abstract | Publisher Website||May 2021|
|Ramirez-Reyes C., G. Street, F.J. Vilella, D.T. Jones-Farrand, M.S. Wiggers, and K.O. Evans. 2021. Ensemble species distribution model identifies survey opportunities for at-risk bearded beaksedge (Rhynchospora crinipes) in the southeastern United States. Natural Areas Journal 41(1):55-63. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website||February 2021|