Marina Jiménez Muñoz
I am a statistician interested in the modelling of ecological processes. My experience so far has consisted on developing and implementing statistical models to detect and quantify changes in biodiversity. During my PhD I worked on integrating different data types to aid problems arising from spatial, sparse and or missing data.
I am particularly interested in the development of robust statistical methods for the flexible integration of spatio-temporal data at different resolutions. My current research consists on building spatio-temporal models which incorporate and handle the uncertainties and heterogeneous attributes associated to these types of data.
- 2015–2019: PhD in Statistics – Statistical Methods for the Joint Analysis of Spatial, Sparse or Missing Ecological Data, University of Kent, UK
- 2013–2015: International MSc in Statistics, University of Kent, UK
- 2007–2012: Degree in Business Management and Administration, University of Jaen, Spain
Jiménez‐Muñoz, M., Cole, D. J., Freeman, S. N., Robinson, R. A., Baillie, S. R., & Matechou, E. (2019). Estimating age‐dependent survival from age‐aggregated ringing data—extending the use of historical records. Methods in Ecology and evolution, 9(2), 769-779.
Wojczulanis-Jakubas, K., Jiménez-Muñoz, M., Jakubas, D., Kidawa, D., Karnovsky, N., Cole, D., Matechou, E.(2020): Duration of female parental care and their survival in the little auk Alle alle - are these two traits linked?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74(7)