Antonio Roman Munoz
Laboratory of Biogeography, Diversity and Conservation, Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of Sciences
Universidad de MÃƒÂ¡laga, Spain
Since 2014 I am professor in specialization Ph.D. courses in the University of Málaga (Spain), and since March 2017 I’m lecturer in Vertebrates and Zoology in Master and Graduate levels, respectively. Currently I collaborate with a network of international researchers to enrich my investigations dedicated to the effects of different factors in the temporal and spatial distribution of birds, with special interest for endangered species.
My research interests include biogeography, migration, and conservation, within the context of translating the generated knowledge into pragmatic approaches for wildlife management and decision-making.