I am a global change ecologist with a passion for biodiversity change and global change drivers such as land abandonment and climate change. The overarching aim of my research is to determine what are the sources of the complex patterns of population and biodiversity change observed over time around the world. From land abandonment and human depopulation around the world to climate warming in the Arctic and more, I am investigating how and why Earth’s biota is changing across the Anthropocene. I am currently a Schmidt Science Fellow in the Biodiversity, Ecology, and Conservation group at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.





You can get in touch with me at gndaskalova(at)gmail.com .


I am passionate about quantitative skills and the development of statistics and programming knowledge among people from diverse backgrounds and career stages (check out Coding Club).


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