The Andes Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group (ABERG) consists of over 40 senior scientists and over 20 Peruvian biologists and undergraduates. Together, ABERG has generated a comprehensive series of research projects on biodiversity distribution and ecosystem function in the tropical Andes. As of 2012, ABERG has published 45 scientific research articles in well-respected journals such as Ecology, Journal of Geophysical Resources, Journal of Biogeography, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences, and many others. In December of 2010, members of ABERG contributed 6 papers to a special issue of Global Change Biology.
ABERG scientists continue to study in the Andes and are continuing to submit research articles relating to the core research questions of the group. For a list of publications, go to the publications page where you can find a list of publications as well as a bibliographic database for the combined works of the ABERG group.
For more information on the core research areas of ABERG, you can use the menu drop-down list or select them: