About me

From the boat leaving Iriomote Island, Japan. Photo taken on June 20, 2016, by Saeko Matsuhashi.

I am vegetation ecologist and assistant professor at National Taiwan University in Taiwan. I study ecology of plant communities, namely diversity patterns, processes generating spatial pattern and trait-based assembly rules. I am also interested in vegetation classification, and general methodological aspects of (mainly multivariate) data analysis.

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