Dr. Guillermo Fandos-Guzman

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Dr. Guillermo Fandos-Guzman

 

Campus Maulbeerallee
University of Potsdam
Ecology/Macroecology
Maulbeerallee 3, Building 3, Room 0.15
14469 Potsdam

Research interests

I am a spatial ecologist and conservation scientist with a broad interest in the ecological processes that drive the distribution and abundance of animal populations in space and time. As a mix between a field biologist and a data geek, I am an avid R user, who enjoys working with large datasets (both researcher-collected and citizen science) while developing and/or implementing new statistical methods to answer pressing questions in spatial ecology and conservation.

My interest spans between biogeography, population ecology, genetics and conservation biology. I am particularly interested in analyzing how individual, population and species respond to global change (climate and land-use) across several spatial and temporal scales. My final goal is to advance into a more reliable predictive ecology and, as a consequence, provide critical knowledge to support better biodiversity conservation.

Projects

BIOPIC

Portrait picutre of Dr. Guillermo Fandos-Guzman

Dr. Guillermo Fandos-Guzman

 

Campus Maulbeerallee
University of Potsdam
Ecology/Macroecology
Maulbeerallee 3, Building 3, Room 0.15
14469 Potsdam

Academic career

PhD in Ecology, 2017; Complutense University of Madrid

MsC Conservation Biology, 2012; Complutense University of Madrid

BSc Biology, 2011; Complutense University of Madrid

Publications

Fandos, G., Kery, M., Cano-Alonso, L., Carbonell, I., Telleria, J., Dynamic multistate occupancy modelling to evaluate population dynamics under a scenario of preferential sampling. Ecosphere. Accepted.

Romero-Muñoz, A., Fandos G., Benitez-Lopez, A., Kuemmerle, T., 2020. Habitat destruction and overexploitation drive widespread declines in all facets of mammalian diversity in the Gran Chaco. Global Change Biology.

Fandos, G., S. Rotics, N. Sapir, W. Fiedler, M. Kaatz, M. Wikelski, R. Nathan, and D. Zurell. 2020. Seasonal niche tracking of climate emerges at the population level in a migratory bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287:20201799.

Zurell, D., J. Franklin, C. König, P. J. Bouchet, C. F. Dormann, J. Elith, G. Fandos, X. Feng, G. Guillera‐Arroita, A. Guisan, J. J. Lahoz‐Monfort, P. J. Leitão, D. S. Park, A. T. Peterson, G. Rapacciuolo, D. R. Schmatz, B. Schröder, J. M. Serra‐Diaz, W. Thuiller, K. L. Yates, N. E. Zimmermann, and C. Merow. 2020. A standard protocol for reporting species distribution models. Ecography 43:1261–1277.

March-Salas, M., G. Fandos, and P. S. Fitze. 2020. Effects of intrinsic environmental predictability on intra-individual and intra-population variability of plant reproductive traits and eco-evolutionary consequences. Annals of Botany.

Tellería, J. L., R. Carbonell, G. Fandos, E. Tena, A. Onrubia, A. Qninba, J. I. Aguirre, I. Hernández-Téllez, C. A. Martín, and Á. Ramírez. 2020a. Distribution of the European turtle dove (Streptopelia turtur) at the edge of the South-Western Palaearctic: transboundary differences and conservation prospects. European Journal of Wildlife Research 66:74.

Tellería, J. L., G. Fandos, and J. Fernández-López. 2020b. Winter Bird Richness Distribution in the South-Western Palearctic: Current Patterns and Potential Changes. Ardeola 68:17–32.

Tena, E., G. Fandos, Ó. de Paz, R. de la Peña, and J. L. Tellería. 2020a. Size does matter: Passive sampling in urban parks of a regional bat assemblage. Urban Ecosystems 23:227–234.

Tena, E., Ó. de Paz, R. de la Peña, G. Fandos, M. Redondo, and J. L. Tellería. 2020b. Mind the gap: Effects of canopy clearings on temperate forest bat assemblages. Forest Ecology and Management 474:118341.

Fandos, G., and J. L. Tellería. 2020. Seasonal niche-tracking behaviour of two partially migratory passerines. Ibis 162:307–317.

Tellería, J. L., G. Fandos, E. Tena, R. Carbonell, A. Onrubia, A. Qninba, and Á. Ramírez. 2019. Constraints on raptor distribution at the southwestern boundary of the Palaearctic: implications for conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 28:603–619.

Varela, S., E. Sbrocco, P. Tarroso, A. Pérez-Luque, J. Renaudie, N. Warnstädt, G. Fandos, W. Foster, and M. Tietje. 2019. BioExtreme hackathon en el Museum für Naturkunde de Berlín, Alemania. Revista Ecosistemas 28:129.

Viana, D. S., J. E. Granados, P. Fandos, J. M. Pérez, F. J. Cano-Manuel, D. Burón, G. Fandos, M. Á. P. Aguado, J. Figuerola, and R. C. Soriguer. 2018. Linking seasonal home range size with habitat selection and movement in a mountain ungulate. Movement Ecology 6:1.

Friis, G., G. Fandos, A. J. Zellmer, J. E. McCormack, B. C. Faircloth, and B. Milá. 2018. Genome-wide signals of drift and local adaptation during rapid lineage divergence in a songbird. Molecular Ecology 27:5137–5153.

Fandos, G., and J. L. Telleria. 2018. Range compression of migratory passerines in wintering grounds of the Western Mediterranean: conservation prospects. Bird Conservation International 28:462–474.

Hera, I. D. L., G. Fandos, J. Fernández‐López, A. Onrubia, A. Pérez‐Rodríguez, J. Pérez‐Tris, and J. L. Tellería. 2018. Habitat segregation by breeding origin in the declining populations of European Robins wintering in southern Iberia. Ibis 160:355–364.

Hera, I. D. la, G. Fandos, J. Fernández-López, A. Onrubia, A. Pérez-Rodríguez, J. Pérez-Tris, and J. L. Tellería. 2017. Stable Isotope Analysis Reveals Biases in the Performance of a Morphological Method to Distinguish the Migratory Behaviour of European Robins Erithacus Rubecula. Ardeola 64:377–386.

Tellería, J. L., J. Fernández-López, and G. Fandos. 2016. Effect of Climate Change on Mediterranean Winter Ranges of Two Migratory Passerines. PLOS ONE 11:e0146958.

Fernández-López, J., G. Fandos, L. S. Cano, F. J. García, and J. L. Tellería. 2014. Effect of wildlife refuges on small carnivores in a hunting area in Mediterranean habitat. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 25:45–46.

Tellería, J. L., G. Fandos, J. Fernández-López, A. Onrubia, and P. Refoyo. 2014a. Winter distribution of passerine richness in the maghreb (north africa): a conservation assessment. Ardeola 61:335–350.

Tellería, J. L., J. Fernández-López, and G. Fandos. 2014b. Using ring records and field surveys to predict the winter distribution of a migratory passerine. Bird Study 61:527–536.

Fandos, G., J. Fernández-López, and J. L. Tellería. 2012. Incursion of domestic carnivores around urban areas: a test in central Spain. Mammalia 76:223–225.