Prof. Dr. Carsten F. Dormann

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Frau Eva Meier

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Biometrie und Umweltsystemanalyse

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Tennenbacher Straße 4 
79106 Freiburg i. Br.


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Carlos Miguel Landivar Albis

Carlos Miguel Landivar Albis

Department of Biometry and Environmental System Analysis

Tennenbacher Straße 4, 79106 Freiburg, Germany
Room 03.059

email: carlos.miguel.landivar(at)biom.uni-freiburg.de

phone: +49 761 203-3748
fax: +49 761 203-3751


Current Project


In the frame of his Ph.D. research in ConFoBi, Carlos analyze the socio-economical drivers for forest management and biodiversity conservation; its consequences in forest structure; and the effects of remnant biodiversity in shaping the structure of the forest. His principal goal is to describe the decision-making process of forest management and its consequences in biodiversity, combining the socio-economic demands over the forest, the evidence of scientific knowledge and the ecological mechanisms that define forest structure and biodiversity over time.



Research Interests


·  Agent Based modelling

·  Socio-ecological modelling

·  Ecological meta-analysis

·  Forest structure and habitat heterogeneity


Curriculum Vitae


Carlos Miguel did his bachelor studies in Biology in the Universidad Mayor de San Andres (La Paz, Bolivia).  Later he completed his M.Sc. degree in Tropical Forestry at TU Dresden.  Now he pursuit a PhD degree in the ConFoBi research training group under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Carsten Doorman.

He also has training in Data Science (Harvard University), International Nature Conservation (International Academy for Nature Conservation) and Ecosystem Management – Biodiversity and Restoration (CIPSEM, TU Dresden).

During his professional experience, Carlos have done research about the composition of metacommunities of birds in High Andean wetlands (Universidad Mayor de San Andres, Bolivia), climate change adaptation strategies of indigenous people in Bolivian Amazonas and evaluation of ecosystem services in bird-friendly coffee plantations in the Andes (Wildlife Conservation Society, Bolivia). 




Villarreal, S., Aparicio, J., Landívar, C. M., Guizada, L., Pacheco, L. F., & Dávila, P. (2012). Liolaemus forsteri (ncn) cannibalism. Herpetol Rev43, 70-71.

Naoki, K., Landivar, C. M., & Gómez, M. I. (2014). Bird monitoring to detect changes in the ecosystem quality of High Andean Wetlands. Ecología en Bolivia49(3), 73-83.

Naoki, K., Meneses, R. I., Gómez, M. I., & Landivar, C. M. (2014). Using line-intercept methods to quantify vegetation types and abiotic habitats in high Andean wetlands. Ecología en Bolivia49(3), 84-90.



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