John C. Donoghue II

School of Natural Resources and the Environment University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Macroecology, biogeography, species distribution and diversity, niche modeling, GIS
"John Donoghue II"

I am a PhD candidate in ecology and natural resources at the University of Arizona where I also work as a Research Intern in Bioinformatics and Geospatial Analysis for an iPlant Seed Project on Botanical Geospatial Diversity Cyberinfrastructure [pdf]. My research broadly centers on the topics of species diversity, biogeography and macroecology; in this realm I study patterns of species distributions, species diversity, and species distribution modeling. I am particularly interested in the mechanisms that both enable and constrain organisms to live where they do in the context of climate change. While some of my work is continental in scale across diverse organisms, a significant component is also targeted at understanding the limits of the distribution of Sonoran Desert plant species.


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James R. des Lauriers research assistant University of Arizona
Brian J. Enquist grad student 2008- University of Arizona (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Brian J. McGill grad student 2008- University of Arizona (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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