Animesh Ghose

McGill University
Ph.D. candidate

Supervisor: Andrew Gonzalez
Élise Filotas
Start: 2021-09-01


Impact of humans on the scaling of the biodiversity ecosystem functioning relationship
Positive biodiversity-ecosystem functioning (BEF) relationships have been reported in numerous experimental studies carried out mainly over short spatial and temporal scales, but it remains uncertain how this relationship varies over larger scales. Understanding BEF across scales requires considering the impact that humans have on patterns of biodiversity through changes in land-use and fragmentation, and on ecosystem functions through nutrient additions, harvesting or pollutant contamination. My project will determine how anthropogenic changes in forest ecosystems affect the way in which BEF relationships scale across space and time.


biodiversity, ecosystem, Conservation, modelling, remote sensing


1- Pangolin distribution and conservation status in Bangladesh
Scott J. Trageser, Animesh Ghose, Muzaffar Faisal, Passing Mro, Poroy Mro, Shahriar Caesar Rahman

2- Amphibians and reptiles from Lawachara National Park in Bangladesh
Hakim, Jonathan, Scott J. Trageser, Animesh Ghose, Sheikh Muhammad Abdur Rashid, Shahriar Caesar Rahman
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