Alejandro Brambila

PhD Student


2012 Sc.B. in Biology, Brown University
2013 Research Fellowhip - University of Talca, Chile
2014 Research Internship - University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Research Interests

I am interested in the effect of anthropogenically driven processes including climate change, agriculture and urbanization on plant community composition and functioning.


2019 NSF GRFP Fellowship 2017 CNPS Sally Casey Shooting Stars Graduate Research Scholarship
2017 University of Oregon Promising Scholars Award
2014 Environment Argentina Conference; Best Environmental Policy Poster


Brambila, A., and P. Flombaum. “Comparison of Environmental Indicator Sets Using a Unified Indicator Classification Framework.” Ecological Indicators 83 (2017).


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