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Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Pinto, M.P., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b>, Vieira, S.L., and Bastos, R.P. 2007. Conservation Biogeography of Anurans in Brazilian Cerrado. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26: 1-12.<br><br>
 
Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Pinto, M.P., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b>, Vieira, S.L., and Bastos, R.P. 2007. Conservation Biogeography of Anurans in Brazilian Cerrado. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26: 1-12.<br><br>
 
Cassemiro, F.A.S., Barreto, B., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b> and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2007. Non-Stationarity, Diversity Gradients and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16: 1-4.<br><br>
 
Cassemiro, F.A.S., Barreto, B., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b> and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2007. Non-Stationarity, Diversity Gradients and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16: 1-4.<br><br>
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Cassemiro, F.A.S., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b> and Bini, L.M. 2007. Spatial autocorrelation, model selection and hypothesis testing in geographical ecology: Implications for testing metabolic theory in New World amphibians. Neotropical Biology and Conservation, 2: 119-126.<br><br>
 
Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Rodriguez, M.A., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b> and Hawkins, B.A. 2007. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Partitioning Ecological and Phylogenetic Components of Bergmann's Rule in European Carnivova. Ecography, 30: 598-608.<br><br>
 
Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Rodriguez, M.A., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b> and Hawkins, B.A. 2007. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Partitioning Ecological and Phylogenetic Components of Bergmann's Rule in European Carnivova. Ecography, 30: 598-608.<br><br>
 
Cassemiro, F.A.S., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b>, Pellilice, F.M. and Hahn, N.S. 2007. Allometric and ontogenetic patterns related to feeding of a neotropical fish, Satanoperca pappaterra (Perciformes, Cichlidae). Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 16: 1-17.<br><br>
 
Cassemiro, F.A.S., <b>Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.</b>, Pellilice, F.M. and Hahn, N.S. 2007. Allometric and ontogenetic patterns related to feeding of a neotropical fish, Satanoperca pappaterra (Perciformes, Cichlidae). Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 16: 1-17.<br><br>
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<b>SAM - Spatial Analysis in Macroecology</b>; Software and User's Manual<br>
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Freeware published at [http://www.ecoevol.ufg.br/sam www.ecoevol.ufg.br/sam]<br><br>
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Most cited paper in Global Ecology and Biogeography in 2007. <b>Rangel et al. 2006. GEB, 15: 321-327</b><br>
 
More than 5500 registered users since August 2005, in nearly 50 countries.<br>
 
More than 5500 registered users since August 2005, in nearly 50 countries.<br>
 
  
  
 
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M.Sc. Thiago Fernando L. V. B. Rangel
Doctoral Student


University of Connecticut
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
75 N. Eagleville Road, U-3043
Storrs, CT 06269
office: TLS375
(860) 486-0858
thiago.rangel@uconn.edu



Contents

Education

(2006-present)
Doctoral Program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Modeling Evolutionary Processes Driving Broad Scale Spatial Patterns in Biodiviersity
University of Connecticut, EUA
Advisor: Robert K. Colwell
Support: Fulbright, CAPES (Brasil), NSF, UConn EEB

(2004-2005)
Master's in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Simulating Spatial Patterns in Bird Species Richness under Niche Dynamics Processes
Federal University of Goiás (UFG), Brasil
Advisor: Prof. Dr. J. Alexandre F. Diniz-Filho
Support: CNPq (Brasil)

(2000-2003)
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Mid-Domain Peaks in Species Richness Patterns as Non-Linear Responses to Environmental Gradients
Federal University of Goiás (UFG), Brasil
Advisor: Prof. Dr. J. Alexandre F. Diniz-Filho
Support: CNPq (Brasil)


Research Areas

Macroecology, biogeography and geographical ecology
Theoretical ecology
Computational ecological modeling
Biostatistics and spatial statistics
Quantitative methods in ecology and conservation biology


Publications in peer-reviewed journals

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. and Colwell, R.K. 2007. Species Richness and Evolutionary Niche Dynamics: a Spatial Pattern-Oriented Simulation Experiment. American Naturalist. American Naturalist, 170: 602-616.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Bini, L.M. and Hawkins, B.A. 2007. Macroevolutionary dynamics in environmental space and the latitudinal diversity gradient in New World birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 274: 43-52.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Bini, L.M., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Pinto, M.P., Carvalho, P. and Bastos, R.P. 2007. Human development and biodiversity conservation in Brazilian Cerrado. Applied Geography, 27: 14-27.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Pinto, M.P., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Vieira, S.L., and Bastos, R.P. 2007. Conservation Biogeography of Anurans in Brazilian Cerrado. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26: 1-12.

Cassemiro, F.A.S., Barreto, B., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2007. Non-Stationarity, Diversity Gradients and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16: 1-4.

Cassemiro, F.A.S., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Bini, L.M. 2007. Spatial autocorrelation, model selection and hypothesis testing in geographical ecology: Implications for testing metabolic theory in New World amphibians. Neotropical Biology and Conservation, 2: 119-126.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Rodriguez, M.A., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Hawkins, B.A. 2007. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Partitioning Ecological and Phylogenetic Components of Bergmann's Rule in European Carnivova. Ecography, 30: 598-608.

Cassemiro, F.A.S., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Pellilice, F.M. and Hahn, N.S. 2007. Allometric and ontogenetic patterns related to feeding of a neotropical fish, Satanoperca pappaterra (Perciformes, Cichlidae). Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 16: 1-17.

Lima-Ribeiro, M.S., Nabout, J.C., Pinto, M.P., Moura, I.O., Melo, T.L., Costa, S.S. and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2007. Análise cienciométrica em ecologia de populações: importância e tendências dos últimos 60 anos (Scientometrics analysis in population ecology: the impotance and the trends during the last 60 years). Acta Scientiarum, 29: 39-47.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Pinto, M.P., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Carvalho, P., and Bastos, R.P. 2006. Anuran Species Richness, Complementarity and Conservation Conflicts in Brazilian Cerrado. Acta Oecologica, 27: 9-15.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bini, L.M., Sant'Ana, C.E.R., and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2006. Macroecologia: Uma visão panorâmica de sistemas ecológicos complexos (Macroecology: A panoramical view of complex ecological systems). Ciência Hoje, 38: 64-67.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. and Bini, L.M. 2006. Towards an integrated computational tool for spatial analysis in macroecology and biogeography. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15: 321-327.

Bini, L.M., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Bastos, R.P. and Pinto, M.P. 2006. Challenging Wallacean and Linnean shortfalls: knowledge gradients and conservation planning in a biodiversity hotspot. Diversity and Distributions, 12: 475-482.

Rahbek, C., Gotelli, N.J., Colwell, R.K., Entsminger, G.L., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Graves, G.R. 2006. Predicting Continental-Scale Patterns in Bird Species Richness With Spatially Explicit Models. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 274: 165-174.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2005. Neutral Community Dynamics, the Mid-Domain Effect and Spatial Patterns in Species Richness. Ecology Letters, 8: 783-790.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2005. An evolutionary tolerance model explaining spatial patterns in species richness under environmental gradients and geometric constraints. Ecography, 28: 253-263.

Lima-Ribeiro, M.S., Pinto, M.P., Costa, S.S., Nabout, J.C., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Melo, T.L. and Moura, I.O. 2005. Padrão de associação entre Constrictotermes cyphergaster Silvestri (Isoptera, Termitidae) e espécies arbóreas de um Cerrado Sentido Restrito no Parque Estadual da Serra de Caldas Novas/GO (Association patterns between Constrictotermes cyphergaster Silvestri (Isoptera, Termitidae) and trees species in a Cerrado patch in the State Park of Serra de Caldas Novas/GO). Neotropical Entomology, 35: 49-55.

Bini, L.M., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Carvalho, P., Pinto, M.P., and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2005. Lomborg and the Litany of Biodiversity Crisis: What does the peer-reviewed literature says? Conservation Biology, 19: 1301-1305.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bastos, R.P., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Bini, L.M., Carvalho, P., and Silva, R.J. 2005. Macroecological correlates and spatial patterns of anuran description dates in Brazilian Cerrado. Global Ecology & Biogeography, 14: 469-477.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2004. Worldwide patterns in species richness of Falconiformes: Analytical null models, geometric constraints and the mid-domain effect. Brazilian Journal of Biology - Revista Brasileira de Biologia, 64: 299-308.

Mathias, P.V.C., Mendonça, C.V., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2004. Sensivity of macroecological patterns of South American parrots to differences in data sources. Global Ecology & Biogeography, 13: 193-198.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Hawkins, B.A. 2004. A test of multiple hypotheses for the species richness gradient of South American owls. Oecologia, 140: 633-638.

Bini, L.M., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Bastos, R.P., Souza, M.C., Peixoto, J.C. and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2003. Interspecific synchrony in a local assemblage of anurans in Central Brazil: effects of phylogeny and reproductive patterns. Acta Scientiarum, 25: 131-135.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2003. Spatial patterns in species richness and the geometric constraint simulation model: a global analysis of mid-domain effect in Falconiformes. Acta Oecologica, 24: 203-207.

Costa, I.R., Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2003. Padrões espaciais nas autuações de Crimes Ambientais no Estado de Goiás, 2001-2002. (Spatial patterns in environmental crimes in Goiás State, 2001-2002) Estudos e Negócios - Revista da Universidade Católica de Goiás – UCG, 30: 8-15.

Cassemiro, F.A.S., Hahn, N.S., and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2003. Diet and trophic ecomorphology of the silverside, Odontesthes bonariensis, of the Salto Caxias Reservoir, Iguaçu River, Paraná, Brasil. Neotropical Ichthyology - Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Ictiologia, 1: 127-131.

Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., Sant'Ana, C.E.R., Souza, M.C., and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2002. Null Models and Spatial Patterns of Species Richness in South American Birds of Prey. Ecology Letters, 5: 47-55.

Sant'Ana, C.E.R., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., and Rangel, T.F.L.V.B. 2002. Null Models and Rapoport's Effect in Neotropical Falconiformes. Ornitologia Neotropical, 13: 247-254.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., and Sant'Ana, C.E.R. 2002. Efeitos da latitude e do contorno continental sulamericano sobre as tendências espaciais de riqueza de espécies de Falconiformes: modelos nulos uni e bidimensionais. (Effects of latitude and South American geometrical shape over spatial trends in species richness of Falconiformes: one- and two-dimensional null models). Ararajuba - Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Ornitologia, 10: 141-147.

Rangel, T.F.L.V.B., Sant'Ana, C.E.R., and Diniz-Filho, J.A.F. 2002. Método computacional para simulação de padrões continentais de riqueza de espécies por processos aleatórios. (Computational method to simulate continental spatial patterns in species richness by random process). Tecnia - Revista de Educação Tecnológica do CEFET/GO, 1: 62-70.

Software

Sam.jpg

SAM - Spatial Analysis in Macroecology; Software and User's Manual
Freeware published at www.ecoevol.ufg.br/sam

Most cited paper in Global Ecology and Biogeography in 2007. Rangel et al. 2006. GEB, 15: 321-327
More than 5500 registered users since August 2005, in nearly 50 countries.

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