Stropp Carneiro Juliana


I investigate biodiversity in the African and Amazonian rainforests. My research explores how the environment shapes species distribution and how patchy sampling and species discoveries affect our understanding of biodiversity. My recent work explores how scientific knowledge of biodiversity has evolved over time and which gaps and biases persist. With TAXON-TIME, I combine information from botanical monographs, field data, and digital resources to investigate the link between taxonomy and tree diversity in Africa and Amazonia.

As an MSCA-IF fellow, I am responsible for the TAXON-TIME project.