I am an evolutionary biologist trained in population genomics, molecular ecology, and biogeography. I study geographic range shifts, population demography, and evolutionary genetics in order to understand how species respond to changing environments, and to help inform conservation of threatened species. My research has investigated these topics in temperate and tropical trees, herbaceous plants, birds, and macroalgae.

I’m currently a postdoc in Greg Owens’ lab at the University of Victoria, and part of the Kelp Rescue Initiative.

LinkedIn handle: jordan-bemmels

Last updated May 2nd, 2023.