Saura Santiago

Santiago is a forest landscape ecologist that joined the JRC in February 2016. His main interests are quantitative methods in spatial ecology, landscape connectivity analysis and forest biodiversity conservation. His research outputs include applied recommendations for landscape planning and endangered species conservation, new methods for the analysis of habitat connectivity and landscape configuration, and the implementation of some of these new methods in freely available software tools (Conefor). Before joining the JRC, Santiago was Full Professor at the Department of Natural Systems and Resources of the Technical University of Madrid (Spain). Information on his publications is available at http://scholar.google.es/citations?user=kOLDlZUAAAAJ