Dr Manuel Esperon Rodriguez

Western Sydney University (HIE)

Manuel Esperon Rodriguez

Dr Manuel Esperon-Rodriguez is an ecologist from Mexico. With a background in species responses to climatic and environmental changes, he is skilled in plant ecology, vulnerability, environmental awareness, climate change, and climatology.

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About Manuel

Dr Manuel Esperon-Rodriguez is an ecologist from Mexico. With a background in species responses to climatic and environmental changes, he is skilled in plant ecology, vulnerability, environmental awareness, climate change, and climatology.

He is interested in species responses to climatic and environmental changes and his current research focuses on urban ecology, landscape ecology, vulnerability and climate change.  
 
Manuel moved to Australia in 2015, when he joined Macquarie University and worked with Dr Linda Beaumont on the "Identifying likely climate refugia and corridors to support species range shifts" project, as part of the NSW Office of Environmental Heritage Adaptation Research Hub - Biodiversity Node.

Currently, Manuel is working with the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment working on Module Two "Successes and Failures" with Associate Professor Sally Power and Dr Paul Rymer.

This module will assess the factors that contribute to the success or failure of urban plantings. His work will focus on urban ecology, landscape ecology, vulnerability and climate change, and will work with stakeholders and councils across Australia.