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Andrea Campos Candela

Postdoctoral Fellow

I am a (theoretical) ecologist enthusiastic in bringing together theoretical ecology and empirical science, by integrating experimental, field and modelling perspectives and methods. I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Theoretical Ecology Group. 

Research interests

I am interested in understanding the mechanisms that enable animals to cope with environmental change from an integrative perspective bridging animal behaviour, evolution and ecology. To date my research activity has focused on describing the links between behavioural and physiological traits at the individual level, aiming to shed light on the ultimate and proximate causes of variation in behaviour and life history. In my current position, I am opening myself to a new field towards eco-physiology to cover novel issues related with fish physiology and eco-evolution in coral reef systems.

My current project

In the heat of the night: the role of hypoxia on coral reefs See more about it here: Theoretical Ecology Group - Research (uib.no)

BIO241 Behavioural Ecology

Academic lecture
  • Show author(s) (2022). In the heat of the night: the role of hypoxia on coral reefs.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

Visit my personal page at the Theoretical Ecology Group: Theoretical Ecology Group at University of Bergen (uib.no)