associated postdoc: Joanne Bennett
Macroecology, Macroevolution and Macrophysiology have notably contributed to improve our understanding of how species are distributed on Earth, but the three disciplines have remained mostly disconnected from each other. Equally, large-scale biodiversity patterns in marine and terrestrial realms have been studied separately even though the underlying ecological processes might be coincident. It is the aim of sWEEP to synthesize data, disciplines and tools to explore how marine and terrestrial species distributions respond to macroevolutionary and macrophysiological determinants
Adam Algar (University of Nottingham); Joanne Bennett (iDiv); Piero Calosi (University of Québec); Susana Clusella-Trullas (Stellenbosch University); Bradford Hawkins (University of California, Irvine); Sally Keith (University of Copenhagen); Ingolf Kühn (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ); Brezo Martínez (University Rey Juan Carlos); Ignacio Morales-Castilla (McGill University); Miguel Ángel Olalla-Tárraga (University Rey Juan Carlos); Carsten Rahbek (Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate); Laura Rodríguez (University Rey Juan Carlos); Alexander Singer (iDiv); Jennifer Sunday (University of British Columbia); Fabricio Villalobos (Universidade Federal de Goiás)
sWEEP writing retreat
11.-18.12.2017 in Madrid
Joanne Bennett (iDiv), Ignacio Morales Castilla (Harvard University, USA), Miguel Ángel Olalla Tárraga (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain), Jennifer Sunday (University of British Columbia, Canada) Piero Calosi – remote (Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada), Miguel Araújo - part-time (National Museum of Natural Sciences, Spain), Brezo Martínez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain), Fabricio Villalobos (Instituto de Ecología AC (INECOL), México).
Bennett J.M., Calosi P et al. (2018) GlobTherm, a global database on thermal tolerances for aquatic and terrestrial organisms. Nature - Scientific Data 5. See here
Sunday J., Bennett J.M. (2019) Thermal tolerance patterns across latitude and elevation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 374. See here