Matthew Talluto

Scientific researcher,
University of Innsbruck

Department of Ecology
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I'm a quantitative ecologist interested in using models to understand how ecological processes occurring at scales ranging from individuals to landscapes combine to determine the distribution of biodiversity. My main focus has been on montane and forested ecosystems, though the methods I employ have applications to other systems as well.


4- Modelling of vegetation dynamics from satellite time series to determine proglacial primary succession in the course of global warming—a case study in the upper martell valley (Eastern italian alps)
Journal Article
Knoflach B , Ramskogler K , Talluto M , Hofmeister F , Haas F , Heckmann T , Pfeiffer M , Piermattei L , Ressl C , Wimmer M H , Geitner C , Erschbamer B , Stötter J ,
2021 Remote Sensing (Date Added: 2021-11-18)

3- Protecting Biodiversity (in All Its Complexity): New Models and Methods
Journal Article
Pollock L J , O’Connor L M , Mokany K , Rosauer D F , Talluto M V , Thuiller W ,
2020 Trends in Ecology and Evolution (Date Added: 2021-11-05)

2- Multi-scale integration of tree recruitment and range dynamics in a changing climate
Journal Article
Copenhaver‐Parry P E , Carroll C J W , Martin P H , Talluto M V ,
2020 Global Ecology and Biogeography (Date Added: 2021-11-05)

1- Slow demography and limited dispersal constrain the expansion of north-eastern temperate forests under climate change
Journal Article
Vissault S , Talluto M V , Boulangeat I , Gravel D ,
2020 Journal of Biogeography (Date Added: 2020-12-06)